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Description : The R.M.S. "BERENGARIA" started life with the name "IMPERATOR" of the Hamburg-Amerika Line. She was in Hamburg when WWI broke out and she stayed there for the duration of the War. After hostilities were over she was siezed by the Americans and given to Britain for 'Reparation' over the 'Lusitania' affair. She was then sold to Cunard White Star, and subsequently became owned by Cunard. She caught fire in New York Harbour in 1938, and was scrapped the same year.
Date : c.1930
Size in mm : (approx) - 138 x 88 standard size postcard
Publisher : Cunard
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Condition : Near perfect condition

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