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Czech description: a large Cunard Line emigrant ship is in the outer
harbour to the right, it can be the s/s CARPATHIA that saved
the survivors of the TITANIC sunk a year earlier or one of
her fleetmates s/s PANNONIA, ULTONIA, SLAVONIA. It is
impossible to say from that small scan. Cunard Line ships
sailed regularly between Fiume and New York at that time
carrying thousands of emmigrants from Eastern Europe who
were seeking a better life across the Atlantic Ocean.Peter Vaskovitz. Děkujeme
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