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The Lusitania arriving in New York City circa 1907

Was the Lusitania our war crime: 1,198 passengers died when the liner sank in 1915 - but was a German torpedo really to blame?

ARCHITECTURE – Designed by the Florida-based Freedom Ship International (FSI), the floating city is set to cost $10 billion and weigh 2.7 million tonnes - ...

The FLOATING city complete with its own schools hospitals and airport

ARCHITECTURE – Designed by the Florida-based Freedom Ship International (FSI), the floating city is set to cost $10 billion and weigh 2.7 million tonnes - ...

The sunset for a great liner and Blue Riband champion for 22 years--Cunard's magnificent Mauretania

The sunset for a great liner and Blue Riband champion for 22 years--Cunard's magnificent Mauretania

ss Aquitania (Cunard Line) Length: 	868.7 ft. Breadth: 	97 ft. Draft (or Depth): 	36 ft. Tonnage: 	45,647 (gross) Engines: 	Steam turbine, producing 62000 s.h.p. Speed: 	23 knots Builder: 	John Brown & Company, Clydebank, Scotland Launched: 	April 21, 1913 Maiden Voyage: 	May 30, 1914 Disposition: 	1950 - Vessel scrapped.

ss Aquitania (Cunard Line) Length: 868.7 ft. Breadth: 97 ft. Draft (or Depth): 36 ft. Tonnage: 45,647 (gross) Engines: Steam turbine, producing 62000 s.h.p. Speed: 23 knots Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank, Scotland Launched: April 21, 1913 Maiden Voyage: May 30, 1914 Disposition: 1950 - Vessel scrapped.

R.M.S Olympic, sometime after the Titanic disaster. (Notice the boat deck filled along the entire side and with two full-size lifeboats at each pair of davits.)

R.M.S Olympic, sometime after the Titanic disaster. (Notice the boat deck filled along the entire side and with two full-size lifeboats at each pair of davits.)

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