Hamburg America Line

Images of Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) transatlantic steamships which brought emigrants from Europe to America.


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Batavia

Batavia

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1899 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss. This image is from an old postcard. For more ship history see: S/S Batavia
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Batavia - color card

Batavia - color card

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1899 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss. This image is from an old colored postcard: Am Bord der Postdampfers "Batavia"....
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Bavaria (1)

Bavaria (1)

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1856 at Greenock by Caird & Co. Originally launched as the "Petropolis" for Hamburg-Brasilianische Oct. 30,...
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Belgravia (1)

Belgravia (1)

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1899 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss. In 1905 she was sold and became the Russian Navy ship "Riga". This image is...
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Bengalia

Bengalia

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1898 at Jarrow-on-Tyne by Palmer‘s Shipbuilding & Iron Co. Ltd. Delivered for Indian route. Stranded 1905 on...
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Bethania

Bethania

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1899 at Glasgow by Alexander Stephen & Sons. In 1914 she was captured by the British cruiser "Essex". Renamed...
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Bismarck

Bismarck

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1914 at Stettin by Vulcan Werke. Laid up at Hamburg for the duration of WW1. 1922 completead as the Majestic (2)...
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Blücher

Blücher

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1902 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss. On this picture she is seen embarking emigrants and other passengers. There is...
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Borussia & Hammonia (2)

Borussia & Hammonia (2)

Hamburg America Line sisters Borussia and Hammonia (1) built 1855 at Greenock by Caird & Co. For more ship history see: S/S Borussia and S/S Hammonia...
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Bosnia

Bosnia

Hamburg America Line steamship built 1899 at Jarrow-on-Tyne by Palmer‘s Shipbuilding & Iron Co. Ltd. This old postcard shows the ship in service as...
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