Another great video from Aaron1912 on youTUBE… Read More »
Tag Archives: cunard
Cruise History: On This Day 37 Years Ago: Cunard Line’s RMS Queen Elizabeth Mysteriously Sunk in a Hong Kong Harbor.
On Jan. 9, 1972, the British ocean liner burst into flames and sank in Victoria Harbor. Although the fires were determined to be the work of arsonists, no one has ever been charged with the crime. The Case for Sabotage and Arson. For more than 50 years, the 83,000-ton RMS ... Read More »
Ports of Call: New York – The recession has reached the ritzy Rainbow Room – Home to Manhattan glamour and sophistication – The famous Rockefeller Center nightspot many people visited before sailing aboard famous liners from Manhattan will close temporarily.
The famous Rainbow Room in the 1940s. Live radio broadcasts were heard on NBC from the nightspot. The recession has reached the ritzy Rainbow Room, the special-occasion spot that overlooks midtown Manhattan from high above the tourist-attracting Rockefeller Center skating rink. The Rainbow Room – 1990s Since the 1930s, passengers ... Read More »
Cruise Line History: Comparison of the 2008 and 1929 Crash! In 1929 – “Crossing the Pond” on Cunard Line – you may have lost all your money at sea! Yesterday, September 15th, the dollar loss for anyone would have been on a crowded jet! At least the ship was more glamorous way to go from millionaire to pauper!
Great youTUBE Video – press arrow to watch – aboard the RMS Berengaria as it was “crossing the pond” when the 1929 Wall Street crash happened. Passengers left England as millionaires and arrived in New York without a penny. The ship was featured in The Beautiful and Damned, by F. ... Read More »
Cruise Ship History – Cunard Line’s RMS Berengaria (formerly the SS Imperator) was sailing from England to New York when the 1929 Wall Street crash Hit – passengers went from millionaires to paupers while at sea.
Great youTUBE Video – press arrow – aboard the RMS Berengaria as it was “crossing the pond” when the 1929 Wall Street crash happened. Passengers left England as millionaires and arrived in New York without a penny. The ship was featured in The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. ... Read More »