16 items found relating to : Ss Berlin
|BERLIN 1908 (BACK)
Berlin, July 16, 1908. "isn't this a fine card? We are having a dandy time, on the go constantly. Leave tomorrow morning and call on your aunt on Thursday. Give my love to your mother father & all. Kiss Grandma, Elsa and Bruder for us. Lots of love from Uncle Henry and Lee"...
|BERLIN 1908 (FRONT)
Berlin. July 7, 1908....
|VESTRIS : LIFEBOAT RESCUE
1928 print showing a Vestris lifeboat approaching the NDL Line's Berlin on Tuesday morning...
|VESTRIS SURVIVORS ABOARD THE BERLIN
|New York Times||MORGAN MAY ACT AS A PEACE ENVOY
Berlin Thinks That, Unofficially, He Will Try to End the Turkish-Italian Conflict --- TO VISIT CONSTANTINOPLE --- After Seeing Kaiser at Venice---Belief That Turkish Officials Will Listen to Him Respectful...
|9th April 1912|
|THE RESCUE OF CARL SCHMIDT
Carl Schmidt is pulled from aboard the Berlin after more than a day in the water. ...
|HANNOVER 1908 (BACK)
"We are ahving a fien time and expect to visit your aunt after reaching Berlin, which will probably be Sunday. Hope you have a chance to visit this beautiful city. There are lots of students (rest of card illegible)...
|DIE WOCHE (GERMANY), APRIL 20 1912
Titanic victims in a German weekly...
|20th April 1912|
|New York Herald||EDWARD A. KENT
Edward A. Kent, who is a well-known architect at Buffalo, N. Y. and whose brother, William Kent, is an architect in New York city, was a passenger on board the Titanic who is not reported among the rescued. Mr. Kent, who is fifty-eight years old, is...
|17th April 1912|
|The Sun (New York)||"WHITE STAR WHITEWASHED"
Such is German Comment on the Mersey Report --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- BERLIN, July 31---The Neuste Nachrichten commenting on the report of the British commission which has been in...
|1st August 1912|