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    History, may we never forget

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    Interior of the Lusitania, 1905-1907 - Stateroom

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    RMS Lusitania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Elbert Hubbard on LUSITANIA (LOC). Writer, artist, philosopher. Founded Roycroft community in East Aurora, NY. Died when the RMS Lusitania was sunk.

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    Walther Schwieger (7 April 1885, Berlin – 5 September 1917, North Sea) was an officer of the Imperial German Navy and a U-boat commander during World War I, noted for his role in the sinking of the RMS Lusitania. At the time of his death, Schwieger had sunk 49 ships with 183,883 gross register tons (GRT) with three submarines on 34 missions. He was the 6th most successful submarine commander of World War I. His body remains entombed in U-88.

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    Dining room of the RMS Lusitania, a British ocean liner sunk by a German submarine torpedo off the coast of Ireland in May 1915

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    Lusitania, 1915. RMS Lusitania ; Great Britian. Armed merchant cruiser torpedoed by German sub U-20 on 5/7/1915. 1198 dead

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    Lusitania at speed off the Old Head of Kinsale in 1911. This photo was taken near the spot where she would be sunk four years later.

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    The Lusitania Sinking, 1915

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    Lillian "Lillie" Lockwood Ship: RMS Lusitania Passenger: 3rd class Nationality: American Residence: Jersey City, Hudson New Jersey Death: May 7, 1915 2:10 pm Cause: Titanic sinking (body recovered and buried in Old Church cemetery in Cobh, Cork Ireland) Age: 7 years

    Lillie Lockwood family photo - AncientFaces.com

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    21 World War I Recruitment Posters From Around the Globe

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    Boat deck, Lusitania. Love the smoke coming out if the stacks.

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    Cunard Line/Monarchs of the Sea/ Lusitania/ Mauretania. Circa 1907. The Lusitania was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the Irish coast on May 7, 1915 and sank in 18 minutes, killing 1,198 of the 1,959 people aboard. The sinking turned public opinion in many countries against Germany, contributed to the American entry into World War I.

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    William Thomas Turner, Captain of the RMS Lusitania by Unknown Artist

    William Thomas Turner, Captain of the RMS Lusitania

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    The Lusitania, a British Cunard Line steamer Lusitania was sunk by a German U-boat off the coast of Ireland in 1915. The ship sank in 18 minutes. Over 1,200 passengers and crew members died in the incident

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    The famous "warning" published in the New York papers prior to Lusitania's departure.

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    The sinking of the Cunard ocean liner RMS #Lusitania occurred on 7 May 1915 during the First World War, as Germany waged submarine warfare against Britain. The ship was identified and shot by torpedoes by the German U-boat U-20 and sank in 18 minutes. The vessel went down 11 miles (18 km) off the Old Head of Kinsale, Ireland, killing 1,198 of the 1,959 people aboard, leaving 761 survivors.

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    The ship Lusitania, departed from New York May 1, 1915 and sunk by the Germans on May 7, 1915 while the Lusitania was on it's way to Liverpool. 1,198 of the people aboard the Lusitania died out of the 1,925 people on the ship. 128 of them were US citizens. Germany sunk the Lusitania wanting to cut off all war supplies to Great Britain. This was one of the factors leading the U.S. into ww1.

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    The Lusitania- after being torpedoed of the Irish Coast by a German submarine - May 1915 while in route to Liverpool from New York City

    The "celebrities" that went down with the RMS Lusitania

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    Lusitania--Sailing from New York to Liverpool, the pride of the Cunard fleet, Lusitania, nicknamed ‘the greyhound of the seas’, was sunk by a German torpedo off the Old Head of Kinsale, Southern Ireland on Friday 7th May, 1915.

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    RMS Lusitania sunk by German Torpedoes from German U boat ~ U-20 on May 7, 1915.

    Good night, Posterous

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    August 1910. Every one of these was working in the cotton mill at North Pownal, Vermont, and they were running a small force. Dave Noel, 14; Theodore Momeady, 15, working three years. Albert Sylvester, 16, working one year; Eugene Willett, 13, working one year; Arthur Noel, 15, working one year; P. Tetro, 15, working one year; T. King, 14, working one year. Clarence Noel, 11, working one year. Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine. I am struck by the apparent camaraderie of the kids.

    Vermont Mill Boys: 1910

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    One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.

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    Hazel Ying Lee was the first Chinese American woman to fly for the United States military.

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    Female guards in Auschwitz Concentration Camp - Poland.

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    Pauline Cushman - Union Scout and spy for US Secret Service during Civil War

    Find A Grave - Millions of Cemetery Records and Online Memorials

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