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Front Cover of 1937 Brochure from the Hamburg-American and North German Lloyd on their Transatlantic Ships.

Front Cover of 1937 Brochure from the Hamburg-American and North German Lloyd on their Transatlantic Ships. GGA Image ID # 12736769d1

14-page small format brochure produced jointly by HAPAG-LLOYD welcomes you to Germany in 1937 on their transatlantic ships Bremen, Europa, Columbus, New York, Hamburg, Hansa, Deutschland, St. Louis, and Berlin. Brief information along with a photograph of each ship is included in this booklet.

The Transatlantic Liners Bremen, Europa, Columbus, New York, Hamburg, Hansa, Deutschland, St. Louis, and Berlin of the Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd.

COME WITH US TO GERMANY!

The bows of our ships bear the coat-of-arms of Hamburg, a town wall gate wide open, or of Bremen, an ornamental key . . . promising symbols of the welcome that awaits our passengers bound for Germany; a wide-open door and a key to everything they may wish to see.

Thousand-year-old cities make Germany the classic country of a past profuse with romance and story . . . stately castles and impressive monuments bespeak a glorious tradition . . . palaces, cathedrals, public and private buildings are history carved in stone.

As for the charming diversity of her landscape, Germany is also famous for her wealth of beautiful cities. The visitor, wherever he may turn will find the same hearty hospitality.

Among Germany's most valuable natural assets are her many spas and health resorts. There are festivals, pageants and folk plays.

The great cities are centers of science and culture. Germany's universities and famous libraries enjoy the highest repute. The names of her music masters are familiar to every lover of the art. World-renowned are her playhouses, museums and galleries.

You travel fast and in utmost comfort in Germany. Rail transportation is modern, efficient, and inexpensive.

A network of air routes covers all parts of the Reich and all the chief cities of Europe. The great rivers are studded with luxurious and speedy excursion boats, and the autobus system reaches the farthest corners of the land.
A tourist's paradise, an ideal land to spend a holiday, summer or winter . . .

GERMANY WELCOMES YOU!

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. BREMEN

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. BREMEN. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 51,656. Length 938. Breadth 98. Built 1928. No. Decks 10. GGA Image ID # 1273870a12

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. EUROPA

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. EUROPA. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 49,746. Length 936, Breadth 102, Built 1928. No. Decks 10. GGA Image ID # 1273dcde7f

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. COLUMBUS

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD EXPRESS S.S. COLUMBUS. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 32,354. Length 749. Breadth 83. Built 1922. No. Decks 8. GGA Image ID # 1273e552ec

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. NEW YORK.

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. NEW YORK. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 22,337. Length 640. Breadth 79. Built 1927. No. Decks 8. GGA Image ID # 12741dac51

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. HAMBURG.

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. HAMBURG. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 22,117. Length 640. Breadth 79. Built 1926. No. Decks 8. GGA Image ID # 12743cbcde

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. HANSA.

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. HANSA. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 21,131. Length 640. Breadth 79. Built 1923. No. Decks 8. GGA Image ID # 1274722505

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. DEUTSCHLAND.

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS S.S. DEUTSCHLAND. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 21,046. Length 640. Breadth 79. Built 1923. No. Decks 8. GGA Image ID # 1274a58e69

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE MOTORSHIP ST. LOUIS.

HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE MOTORSHIP ST. LOUIS. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 16,732. Length 541. Breadth 72. Built 1929. No. Decks 6. GGA Image ID # 1274aa931f

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD CABIN LINER BERLIN.

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD CABIN LINER BERLIN. Cabin Class, Tourist Class, Third Class. Tonnage 15,286. Length 549. Breadth 69.Built 1925. No. Decks 7. GGA Image ID # 1274dba70d

Brochure Information

  • Publication Date: October 1937
  • Publication Number: Form No. 1400
  • Printed: USA
  • Pages: 14
  • Photographs/Illustrations: 9
  • Dimensions: 15.2 cm x 8.8 cm
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