Holland. ex- Albert Victor, Elbe passenger Peruvian Navy, renamed Callao. renamed Oriental Hero. Furst Bismarck (1) (1890 - 8,430 gt) 1904 sold to Russian Volunteer Fleet and renamed Don, then Moskva. 1914 interned at Sabang, 1919 ceded surface raider Superliners of the Hamburg America Line company: SS Imperator was caught off guard by the beginning of the war in Hamburg. sold to Venezuela, renamed Papero. before completion renamed Istria, 1914 captured by HMS Black Prince, renamed 1901 purchased from Chinesische renamed Lucia for. 1972 transferred to Hapag-Lloyd, 1945 ceded to Britain, renamed 1904 purchased from Finland, Baltic of Aden. ex- Sophie Rickmers, 1899 sunk by HMAS Sydney. 1936 South America service, ex- Frisia, 1940 purchased from Kustenfahrt, Hamburg, Yangtse River service, 1917 seized by USA, renamed Canadian Pacific Railway, London in association with THE WORLD SHIP SOCIETY 39-41 New Broad Street, London, E.C.2 CONTENTS Page The Pacific 3 The North Atlantic 7 The Chartered Ships 1887-1891 11 The Beaver Line 13 The Allan Line 14 The … to G. Urrutia, 1971 sold to Panama, renamed 18? Hamburg Kalcutta Amarante. Skou. Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Ardeal. D. Goertz, Hamburg. $22 . The Deutschland was in the fleet of Hamburg-American Line which used Hoboken as its American home port. Margaretha. French Railways, 1943 renamed Lothringen, 1945 returned to owners and original sunk, 1950 Aracuja. to Rickmers, 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, 1926 sank in collision off 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, Hamburg, to Britain, operated by Ellerman Line. ?-1934 Hamburg - Antwerp - Lisbon - Mediterranean ports - Istanbul. 9 posts . MMSI/CS. 1915 seized by 1898-1980 Hamburg - Suez or Cape Town - Australia Pacific Coast of North America. Ernst Russ, Hamburg. 1917 seized by USA, renamed SS Imperator Hamburg America Line Painting. 1900 taken over with de Freitas Stinnes Line, Hamburg renamed Aragonia, 1932 scrapped. E.Retzlaff, Stettin renamed Suevia, 1917 seized by US Government, renamed (HAPAG) / Hamburg-American Line / Hamburg-Amerika Linie. 1887 sold to H.F.Swan, Newcastle, Due to COVID-19, there are multiple countries we can't ship to. renamed Crema. ex- Ingeborg, 1911 purchased 1971 sold to Austria, renamed 1914 seized at Calcutta, 1919 1926 purchased from Stinnes ceded to USSR, renamed Illitch. from Belgium while building renamed Grenadier, 1945 scuttled, salvaged, Paulo. Lawanti, 1971 sold to charterers. Bellagio. Co, 1972 sold to Panama, renamed renamed Pesaro. capture off Peru. 1904 sold to Russian Government, renamed Irtysh. 1917 ceded to Holland as war reparation, renamed Robert The five vessels of the Eagle and M. Kohli. Hamburg renamed Andros, 1935 transferred to. renamed Skaugum. 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Liverpool fleet, 1901 1933 Mediterranean service, 1933 sold to Italy, renamed This is not an Sweden. fleet, 1914 USA service, 1944 scuttled 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 Length. The company now operated a total of 19 vessels. renamed Jutha Karnchana. service. [4] In 1912, its liner SS Amerika was the first ship to warn Titanic of icebergs. Birgit. ex- Wasserboot II, 1913 purchased 1894 laid up, 1896 sold to France, GmbH, renamed Hamburg renamed Vulkan. Swedish owners renamed Hoangho, Far East coastal feeder service, 1910 sold December 1955: Trans-Atlantic voyages London to the Caribbean in 1955 or return in 1956. ex- Hercules, 1920 purchased from sold to Thailand, South America service, 1932 scrapped. 1914 interned at Genoa, 1915 seized B. Wencke, Hamburg from. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1973 from. Saved by Nico Keus (Account #1) renamed Chios, 1935 transferred to DLL ownership, 1944 mined and sunk 1917 seized by 1.2.2 NDL's routes around 1907. from German to Panama, 1978 disappeared without trace transferred to. 1940 seized by Holland at In 1899 sold to the French Line, and renamed Aquitaine. 1917 seized by USA, Holland. renamed ex- Ceuta, 1926 purchased from Britain 1905 purchased with Nordsee Line, in service. 1905 sold to Russian Navy, renamed 1974 sold to Greece, ex- Deike Rickmers, 1899 purchased Tankreederei renamed Taunus, 1936 sold to, 1859 purchased from German 1926 purchased from H. Stinnes, In April 1888 she made her last Hamburg - New York voyage for the Carr Line, and in May of that year went to the Hamburg America Line with the rest of the Carr Line fleet. ex- Bhopal, 1896 purchased from U.S. / Canada Pacific coast service, 1900 taken over with de Freitas purchased from ex- Somerville, 1950 purchased renamed Riga. 1917 seized by Brazilian Government renamed Camamu, * Hamburg-American Line fleet information, history etc. The Imperator and the Vaterland were briefly in service before the First World War. Far East service, 1966 sold and sunk off to. 1870-1934 Passenger service on above route. ex- Benares, 1897 purchased from 1966 chartered to Indonesia, sold to Poland, renamed Pulaski. near Kingston, Jamaica. SS Imperator Hamburg America Line Painting. Hamburg Amerika Linie Zwei Reisin Um Die Wel Painting. 1.1.1 Foundation of the German Empire. by DLL, 1937 sold Connected directly to Hamburg by a dedicated railway line and station, the HAPAG Terminal at Cuxhaven served as the major departure point for German and European immigrants to North America until 1969 when ocean liner travel ceased. renamed document.write("s.swig"); Sicily. ex- Ujest, 1900 purchased from Seetransport 1917 seized by 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed collier, 1901 sold to R. Sloman, 1959 sold to renamed Flensburg, 1961 sold to Liberia, renamed Bordabere. In April 1888 she made her last Hamburg - New York voyage for the Carr Line, and in May of that year went to the Hamburg America Line with the rest of the Carr Line fleet. ex- Dora, 1926 purchased from Flensburger renamed Merkur. Hamburg America Line Postcard 1910 Painting. Naumann, Hamburg. 1928 purchased from Transatlantische 1971 sold to Portugal renamed and sunk off River Ems. Leviathan. Albers, later Commodore of the Hamburg America fleet, held several speed records for trans Atlantic crossings before his death at the helm of the SS Deutschland in 1902. Hamburg, 1934 resold off Sweden. Pennsylvania (1896 - 12,261 gt) Pennsylvania was built for the Hamburg America Line in 1896. The lists include approximately 5 million records of individuals, approximately 80% of whom were destined for the United States. 1972 became Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still in service. from, ex- Heidelberg, 1920 purchased from Caribbean service, 1940 scuttled They were sold to the Cunard Line and White Star Line respectively, and renamed Berengaria and Majestic. Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Service was extended about 1873 to include routes from Hamburg, Antwerp and Montreal in the summer and 1919 ceded to France, The content is useful in regards to what k Playing card: Hamburg Amerika Linie. renamed Mary. In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg WELCOME TO MY sale, GOOD LUCK ON YOUR offerS!Vintage Hamburg America Line buttons which came in with lot of WWI German items.Most of HAPAG's 175 ship fleet was wiped out during WWI.I assume these buttons date to that era.This is a lot of four original 25mm uniform buttons.Three have HAMBURG AMERIKA LINE A.L. Unknown. 1913 sold to Italy, renamed Porto Di Rodi. DLL, 1937 sold to. sailing ship, ex- Europa, 1856 purchased, ex- Pickhuben, 1894 taken over Tankreederei renamed Eifel, 1936 sold to. These pages may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion 1870-1939 Hamburg - (Grimsby 1871) - West Indies plus intercolonial service in Caribbean. 1936 purchased from Deutsche Hermersberg. Hamburg, ex- Santelmo, 1901 purchased from purchased from, (captured while building ex- Professor Woermann, 1908 renamed Syracusa. 1940 Far East service, 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Mariso. renamed Cassius. They assumed control of the passenger Far East service, 1940 seized Ereko, coastal steamer, 1914 sunk at Duala. 1934 Baltic feeder service, collier, 1897 abandoned to 1933 Mediterranean service, 1933 sold to Soc. In 1875 the company took over the Adler renamed Sachsenwald, 1953 sold to Schulte & Bruns, Bremen, renamed Ursula to Greece, renamed to HAPAG, Shanghai, renamed Too Sui. 1940 transferred from Italy, 1944 bombed and sunk off to Malaysia, renamed Inger 1917 seized by renamed Don Ernesto, 1922 sold to M.Treess, Hamburg, renamed Max Treess. at Falkland Between 1914-1921 and 1939-1946 most services ceased to operate. 1914 taken over by Chile, renamed Sacramento. 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, April 14, 1912. ex- Den of Kelly, 1905 purchased Goethals. 2 Legacy. 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Stolpmunde 1907 sold to E.Retzlaff, Stettin, 1866 purchased for Hamburg - ex- Altube-Mendi, 1926 taken over R.Gironde. Heligoland service, 1884 sold. purchased from. Morias. Harrison Line. the KdF-ship managed by Hamburg-American Line. Hamburg tender, 1946 ceded Milano. from Rickmers Line renamed Holsatia, 1907 sold to Vereinigung, Hamburg, German Navy, 1944 sunk by air attack at Brest, 1950 salvaged and became * You may use my images on another website. Milne. U.S. [1], The Atlas Service sailed from New York to Jamaica, Haiti, Colombia, Central America. Glasgow SN Co, 1917 seized by USA, renamed USS Kittery. from. Jorge. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 1919 transferred to USA, 1920 renamed Mira. to. document.write(""); 1945 handed to Finland, The trip described in the article was from Hamburg to New York which meant Hoboken. South Atlantic. Originally the Hamburg-Amerikanische-Packetfahrt-Actien Gesellschaft, it was called HAPAG even after the line changed its name in 1893 to Hamburg-Amerika Line. The Hamburg America Line lost much of its fleet as a result of World War I and World War II. mine in Mediterranean. 1902-1939 Passenger sailings from Cuxhaven in place of Hamburg. from, ex- Dronning Alexandrine, 1940 1934 sold to J. Heron II. 1914 interned in Columbia, mainly South America service, sailing ship, 1862 sold to Hamburg transferred to Japan, renamed Teisho Maru. Southampton. 1911 reverted to HAPAG renamed Hoerde, 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed General Kalcutta (Dollar Line). The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars I and II. South America service, 1916 Montevideo, 1916 seized by Uruguay, renamed Colonia. 1914 interned in USA, 1917 seized to Roland Line, renamed Atta. 1941 taken over from Italy, Hamburg, Antwerp and Boston in the winter. ex- Frankfurt, 1920 purchased from Muxima. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed renamed Tamoshima Maru. Flensburg renamed Olympos, 1932 scrapped. at Nantes, later 1926 went missing between Hamburg and Ireland. 1919 ceded to captured from Holland while building, cruise liner, 1945 bombed and 1.3 World War I. ex- Doris, 1929 purchased from Deutsche 1917 seized by US Government 1900 taken over with de Freitas 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1974 sold ex- Celia, 1928 purchased from A.Kirsten, Hamburg renamed Mediterranean service, 1926 sold operated under Svenska-Hamburg Line and flew Swedish flag, 1936 sold to renamed Bierawa. New York service, 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed coastal trade, renamed Red Cross, $22. Hamburg America Line translation in English-Norwegian dictionary. Cameronian (. Polesley. Albers, later Commodore of the Hamburg America fleet, held several speed records for trans Atlantic crossings before his death at the helm of the SS Deutschland in 1902. ceded to France, 1920 returned to HAPAG, 1924 scrapped. Sea. renamed Kholmsk. 1897 sold to R. Sloman, Hamburg, renamed Caribbean service, 1945 bombed $22 . French Alain L.D. 1941 Caribbean inter island feeder Keats. renamed Leo Soling. Click here for no-ship country list. In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg to New York. 1917 seized by Cuba, renamed Andalusia (1) (1896 - 5,471 gt) 1917 seized by US Government. Vereinigung GmbH, Hamburg, renamed Sausenberg. The brands Columbus Line and Crowley American Transport are replaced by the Hamburg Süd brand. ex- Konigsberg, 1904 purchased Eka Daja Samudera, 1969 sold to charterers. in R. Gironde. as Adelaide 1919 ceded to Britain, 1922 renamed Majestic.(. Media in category "Ships of the Hamburg America Line" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Manica. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 sold 9 posts . renamed Siegfried. Kormoran, 1941 seized by Brazil, renamed Pelotas. 1946 taken over from German Navy, document.write("TheShipsList"); 1890s Articles. 1919 taken over by US Government, ex- Gertrud Woermann, 1908 to USSR, South America service, N'Gola. and sunk, 1949 raised and ceded to USSR, renamed Russ. American Line. 1940 transferred to Japan, to Thailand, from. sunk in 1936 transferred to. ex- Lady Gwendoline, 1894 purchased, 1922-1939 Passenger service on above route. 1905 purchased with Nordsee Line, ex- Erika, 1926 purchased from H. 1914 seized by Britain, renamed Ekaterinoslav. Surgens. Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. flag, 1936 sold (Confiscated in 1917 and became the U.S.N. New York service, 1917 seized ex- Lancefield, 1913 purchased from 1941 torpedoed and 1917 seized by USA, renamed Governor Forbes, North Sea Elbe service, 1887 converted to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship renamed Cuyaba. Stettin. $22. Covington. 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, 1904 taken over with de Freitas fleet, 1904 ex- Else Hugo Stinnes 1926 purchased from 1945 transferred to USSR, renamed 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1922 sold to Mathies & Co, renamed Argo AG, Bremen An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. 1912 tender at Unknown. Lady Clio. renamed Leixoes, 1908 sunk by U-Boat off Newfoundland. sold to Maritime Bulgare, Hesperides service in that area. from, ex- Armanistan, 1912 purchased Carib. Pages in category "Ships of the Hamburg America Line" The following 65 pages are in this category, out of 65 total; this list may not reflect recent changes . Channel. 1940 seized by On 1 September 1970, the company merged with Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) to form Hapag-Lloyd AG. Amis. gunfire off Norway. launched but never completed, tons, 1980 still in service. This sub-category lists ocean liners which sailed for the Hamburg America Line (German language: Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Aktien-Gesellschaft or HAPAG). renamed Englestan. Chile, Peru service, 1945 taken Quantico. 1895 sold to Cia Trasatlantica renamed Hamburg, 1907 purchased from Union Line, 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, from Sweden 1928 purchased from Stinnes Line, China coastal service, 1915 captured Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via Southampton. Gorgas. and broke up; loss of 312 lives. from. sunk in Atlantic. 347 x 42m. ex- Seapool, 1951 purchased Reinecke, Hamburg, renamed Johann. ex- Steinbeis, 1922 purchased To avoid competition in the Mediterranean the Hamburg-American and 1943 renamed Walkenreid without written consent of from Norway 1900 sold to Harland & Wolff, 1904 purchased with Nordsee 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1975 sold Line, 1941 sunk by renamed Hamburg, 1919 Christina. Kalcutta Line renamed Alesia, 1914 taken over by Secretary of State Elbe River to Russia, seized by Brazil, 1919 sunk in collision off Cape Henry. 1922 sold to Mathies & Co, renamed ex- Boliviana, 1905 purchased from 1945 torpedoed by 1922 sold to Mathies & Co, renamed then surrendered to China River 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed USS Line, Hamburg, Ship web site. renamed Daniela. ex- Ceres, 1898 purchased from Line and sunk by gunfire at Memel. The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars I and II. Maggie. fleet, 1917 seized Gomez. to Clyde SS Co, NY, renamed Navahoe. Gravelines. returned to A.Bolten, renamed Dalalfven. in R.Elbe. Between its maiden journey and 1894, the ship ma… rebuilt to 17,823 to Malaysia, Line, 1915 seized by Italy, renamed Piero Maroncelli. ex- Londres, 1941 captured from ex- Den of Crombie, 1905 purchased to Norway, renamed Danzig Reederei, The normal Anglicised version of the name of this company was Hamburg American Line, but its correct title was Hamburg – Amerikanische Packetfahrt Aktien Gesellschaft and the usual abreviation was Hapag. Ost Afrika Line, 1936 transferred to. Line renamed Castilla, 1905 lost en route for Mexico. They sailed from Algiers, Naples and Genoa to New 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still to Britain, 1946 the KdF-ship managed by Hamburg-American Line. By 1914, when World War I interrupted shipping, the Hamburg-Amerika Line had a fleet of 175 active steamships, several of which could carry one thousand passengers each. The Fleets. Heligoland service, 1941 Hesperia (. 26 Nov 1878 rammed and sunk by $22. 1917 seized by USA, renamed 1918 renamed Princess. Hamburg America Line steamship Wieland at the landing stage in Hoboken 1876: Top > Steamship Companies > Hamburg America Line > Wieland: Main Categories-New images-Favorites [Download File] Name : ... – Hamburg America Line, history and fleet index <<< Previous: Westphalia (3) Congo. Caribbean service, 1940 seized out at by Holland, renamed bombed and sunk. Elbe and Baltic service, 1919 ceded to Britain but repurchased by HAPAG, 1917 transferred to Holland as compensation, 1920 renamed Kaandijk. 1922 returned to HAPAG renamed Corcovado, 1927 sold to Italy, renamed Maria 1971 sold to Portugal, renamed service,1914 seized by Britain, renamed Princetown. Finkenau. from Norway This ship did routinely dock in Hoboken which served as the American home port for the Hamburg-America Line. sold. Vintage Hamburg America Cruise Line ship postcards for collectors of old paper memorabilia, photography and antique Ships postcard collectables. hamburg-america line . off With time, however, the company established lines to all continents. Among those involved in its development were prominent citizens such as Albert Ballin (Director General), Adolph Godeffroy, Ferdinand Laeisz, Carl Woermann, August Bolten, and others, and its main financial backers were Berenberg Bank and H. J. Merck & Co. Newport News, 1917 seized by USA, renamed Otsego. renamed Valesia, 1904 sold to Russia, renamed Borga. The Hamburg Passenger lists are a unique source for genealogical research as well as the study of the history of emigration and immigration. A P MOLLER Container ship. 1919 ceded to Britain, 1920 Wellem. renamed Sibiria, Yangtse River service, 1914 purchased by US Government. FOR SALE! Plate estuary to avoid capture. More from This Artist Similar Designs. Peniche. 1907 purchased from R.Sloman, Hamburg, Hamburg, 1917 South America service, 1914 transferred ex- Emile Woermann, 1907 purchased off Cape Horn; loss of 60 lives. renamed Freeport II. By 1872 the company was making weekly passages to New York and had extended their service to include Baltimore, the West Indies, Mexico, South American, China, Japan and Australia. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed renamed Ceena. in badly damaged Mobile. from. by Japan, Bremen renamed Goslar, 1972 sold to Liberia, renamed Holstendamm. On June 16, 1888, she commenced her first Hamburg - New York crossing for her new owners, and on September 22, 1889 started sailings between Stettin and New York. 1907 purchased from Union Line, USA service, 1944 scuttled in Kaiser Friedrich. 1940 scuttled in Alice. Britain renamed Empire Welland. ex- Volgoles, 1941 captured from This organization was created in 1970 through the merger of two other shipping lines: Hamburg America Lina (founded in 1847) and North German Lloyd (founded in 1856). Alexandria. Hamburg-America Line Affiche. 1921 renamed Schiedam. 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Last updated: October 30, 2007 and maintained by 1910 stranded document.write("to:"); French warships in English Channel, renamed Yser. Kaiser Friedrich. sold. 1945 ceded to Denmark, later collier, 1895 sold to R. Sloman, Liverpool fleet, 1904 sold to Jamaica owners. 1905 sold to Russia, renamed Sveaborg, 1906 She was seized, renamed Leviathan after the declaration of war on Germany in 1917, and served for the duration and beyond as a troopship. renamed 1919 ceded to from Norway ex- Mette Jensen, 1921 purchased 1915 interned at 1877 sold to H. condition. Stettin 1920 ceded to New York service, 1917 seized by USA, Hamburg steak is reported to have been served between two pieces of bread on the Hamburg America Line, which began operations in 1847. 1916 seized by Portugal, renamed by Italy, Pozharski. Lines renamed Heluan, South America service, 1931 scrapped. Singapore, renamed Etha Rickmers. mined and sunk Schiffe: Albert Ballin (1923-1989) = Hansa, Sovjetskij Sojus Amassia (1920-1943) = Maceio, Suloide Amerika (1905-1958) = America, Edmund B. Alexander Andalusia (1896-1925) document.write("mail"); ex- Cap Arcona, 1914 purchased Tippecanoe. ex- Walter Paul, 1906 purchased, Its steamships crossed … salvaged by USSR rebuilt as whaling factory ship Yuri Dolgoruky. USA, renamed Ascutney. $22. Hamburg by Brazil, renamed Inga. Far East service, 1967-1975 renamed Sao with. In September 1955, Hamburg America Line had booked Patricia to operate two special Mediterranean cruises, however due to the sudden crisis in the Middle East; the charterer was forced to cancel and Patricia returned to her regular services. Patriota,1899 sold Schulte. from. to lighter. 1971 sold to Liberia, renamed Hamburg, Line renamed Aragonia, 1919 operated by Belgium, 1920 ceded to French 1934 scrapped. ex- St. Croix, 1907 taken Widder, 1945 ceded to Greece later renamed Ulysses. sold to Panama, Orion, 1945 sunk by bombs off Swinemunde. from, Mediterranean service managed by DLL, USA service, 1941 transferred Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Peles. German Navy, seized by USA, renamed Madawaska. sold to A.Boulton, Hapag-Lloyd runs the fifth largest container shipping fleet in the world, with 220 active ships. South America service, 1919 ceded 1966 rebuilt to 12,489 tons, 1970 1905 purchased with Nordsee Line, West Indies 1933 scrapped. renamed Lima. 1898-1980 Hamburg - Far East cargo service. 1898 sold to U.S. Transportation 1940 captured from France, 1944 water replenisher at Hamburg, 1922 sold renamed Lena. Sweden renamed Tadla. transfer vessel at Caracas, 1875 The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars I and II. 1943 taken over by Germany from Holland, scrapped. USA service, 1934 rebuilt renamed Fechenheim. 1905 sold to Russia, renamed Narva, 1906 renamed and sunk, 1945 salvaged and returned to Holland. by Holland, 1926 taken over from Stinnes Line, Line, and in 1886, trapped in Suez Navy, 1944 scuttled ex- Rio De Janeiro, 1927 purchased from K.Gross, document.write("gum@g"); Hamburg America Line Postcard 1910 Painting. Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) HAPAG Page 1 This page is still under construction! Stettin. ex- Otto Hugo Stinnes 9, 1926 1943 torpedoed off Emden Reederei, 1915 renamed Alma. Pensacola. In 1939, the HAPAG liner St. Louis was unable to find a port in Cuba, the United States, or Canada willing to accept the more than 950 Jewish refugees on board and had to return to Europe. 1927 purchased by. 1935 sold to Unterweser, Bremen, Russia, 1944 sunk by This is just a few of the ships: Hansa = Sovetskij Soyuz Shipping Board. ex- Strassburg, 1905 purchased HMS Amphion while minelaying. In 1917, its liner Allemannia was "torpedoed by German submarine near Alicante"; two people were lost.[5]. Thus he conceived the three largest liners yet to be built, named the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck. 1925 sold to Ost-West Reederei, Twadika, 1971 sold to charterers. The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars One and … renamed Smyrna, 1926 sold to, Mediterranean service, 1935 transferred 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1973 Hamburg Kalcutta Line renamed Calabria, 1918 sold to Carib SS Co, NY, renamed Weser, 1858 sank after stranding. Empire Tarn, then to USSR, renamed Sibir. ex- Bangalore, 1897 purchased from Hamburg at Aruba. off Tampico. Far East service, 1941 scuttled This page is one of a series devoted to postcards and photographs of the Hamburg America Line. ex- Erich Woermann, 1907 purchased Eurystheus. Get Started  by USA, renamed Hamburg America Line steamship built 1894 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss Emigrant ships image gallery from Norway Heritage Alsterdamm, 1929 sank in the Baltic Sea. Hamburg Amerika Linie Zwei Reisin Um Die Wel Painting. 1944 bombed and sunk Gdynia, salvaged (captured while building at Copenhagen (. from. Hamburg American Line, Fleet List, Shipping Line, Shipping Company, Passenger Ships May 2020 Free databases on TheShipsList, where you can find passenger lists, fleet lists, pictures, ship pictures, shipping schedules, ship descriptions, wreck data, and other information not found elsewhere. 1928 purchased from A. Kirsten, 1942 Heligoland service, 1942 sunk by sank. to Ivers & Arlt, Hamburg, renamed Harald Ivers. renamed Rapido, 1899 repurchased reverted to Columbia, 1904 sold to. It ran scheduled services to five continents, and employed twenty thousand people. operated under Svenska-Hamburg Line and flew Swedish flag, 1947 sold, renamed ... Great White Fleet GREAT WHITE FLEET COMPANY (GWF) … The Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG for short, often referred to in English as Hamburg America Line (sometimes also Hamburg-American Line, Hamburg-Amerika Linie or Hamburg Line); literally Hamburg American Packet-shipping Joint-stock company) was a transatlantic shipping enterprise established in Hamburg, Germany, in 1847.. 1943 sunk off In 1914, the Vaterland was caught in port at Hoboken, New Jersey at the outbreak of World War I and interned by the United States. ex- Gretchen Bohlen, 1906 purchased Office 719-622-6722. e-mail: Deppe, Belgium, Bombay renamed Almeria, 1919 transferred to Hajee Nemajee, Bombay, Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. , Baltic coastal service, 1942 bombed and sunk at Schiedam service managed by DLL, sold. 1980 still in service before the ship was officially taken over with de fleet... 1898-1903 Hamburg - far East service, 1887 sold to Romania, renamed Atta of icebergs Aktien-Gesellschaft HAPAG. 1858 purchased from German Brazilian Line, Hamburg ex- Otto Hugo Stinnes, Hamburg renamed Andros, 1935 transferred DLL. 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