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Description - Cunard Line - R.M.S. Berengaria

Date - 1919-1934
Size in mm (approx) - 138 x 89
Publisher - none stated, but it was "Made in England"
Publisher's Card No. none
Un-used: Over-printed on the back "Imperial Hotel, Aldershot"
Condition - light wear to corners - a couple of small fold lines. Small spots of feint foxing to back. Printed postcard
Further InformationThe "Berengaria" at sea. This ship had an interesting history. It was launched in 1912 and became the S.S. Imperator, a German Passenger Liner owned by Holland-America Line. In 1919, at the end of WW1, it was renamed U.S.S. Imperator and taken to America. After 6 months it was sold to Cunard who renamed it the R.M.S. Berengaria, until 1934 when it became part of the Cunard White Star fleet. It was scrapped sometime during WW2.

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