LISTS OF PASSENGERS ABOARD THE ILL-FATED CUNARD LINER "LUSITANIA" SUNK BY A U-BOAT IN 1915.

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3 lists, 1994. 17, 20, & 10 pp. P.c., spiral-bound. 30 x 21cm. FINE. Extracts from Cunard documentation privately printed in 1916, reproduced here by Central Independent Television for their documentary on the LUSITANIA. List 1 gives the names of Saloon, Second Cabin, and Third Class passengers missing ; Saloon, Second Cabin, and Third Class passengers who survived. The second list is a Supplementary List with point of origin details for cross-referencing with List 1. This gives not only their names but also their Point of Origin and their Nationality. List 3 gives details of Unidentified Remains that came ashore on the South Coast of Ireland, at Barry, Doolin and Arran Islands ; plus property handed in at Queenstown. There is a General Analysis of Passengers & Crew, and a Summary of Passengers' Nationality. Out of the 1,265 passengers on-board LUSITANIA, 949 were British, of whom 589 were lost and 360 survived.


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