The Ritz-Carlton of the Leviathan. The ship's architect was the Ecole de Beaux-Arts trained Charles Mewes. His interiors are unmatched in traditional ship-building design.

William Thomas Turner, Captain of the RMS Lusitania by  Unknown Artist

William Thomas Turner - Captain Turner aboard the Aquitania 1914 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RMS Lusitania: On May 1, 1915, this ship sunk due to a German U-boat firing a torpedo at it. I was sailing from New York to Liverpool. It held thousands of people.

RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner that was sunk by a German submarine in World War I,The sinking of the Cunard ocean liner RMS Lusitania occurred on Friday, 7 May 1915 causing a major diplomatic uproar. B/W Photo Colourised by Pearse.

Titanic or Lusitania

Hey Everyone, I was just wondering which ship you all thought was more luxuries and had more beautiful interior rooms. The Lusitania had high.

Las últimas fotos del Titanic - Taringa!

Las últimas fotos del Titanic

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Titanic: The Art of Ken Marschall

Take a tour inside the "floating palace" with lavishly illustrated cutaways by artist Ken Marschall.

picture of the interior of the first class dinning room of The Lusitania in 1906

The earlier German attacks on merchant ships off the south coast of Ireland prompted the British Admiralty to warn the Lusitania .

RMS Lusitania — Wikipédia

A very early photograph of the First Class Dining Saloon. This view shows the great feeling of spaciousness in the central portion of the room

The ship’s telegraph on the wreck of the Lusitania.

As with just about any maritime disaster involving a great loss of life, it is the ships Engineers who invariably leave most of their number behind

Library of the S.S. "Lusitania" 1907 - Byron Company (photographer) NYC - Museum of the City of New York

Library of the S. "Lusitania" 1907 - Byron Company (photographer) NYC - Museum of the City of New York