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Historical Quiz

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Martin Antonenko, Apr 5, 2022.

  1. Martin Antonenko A Fixture

    1. What was the name of the ship on which the most people ever counted crossed the Atlantic?

    2. How many people (exactly please!) were there on this trip?

    3. When did this trip take place?

    4. Under what name (and in which country) was the ship we are looking for originally launched?

  2. lightbob Member

    Hello Martin,
    I'll go with the following -
    1 The R.M.S. Queen Mary. Named after Mary of Teck the wife of King George V of The United Kingdom.
    2. 16,683 -- a combination of service personnel and crew.
    3 July 1943.
    4. Hull Number 534 , at The John Brown Shipyard, Clydebank, Scotland.

    Not 100% convinced that this is correct, however this ship features in my wife's family history in that her maternal grandfather helped build RMS Queen Mary. He was a cabinetmaker.
    Henk, Blind Pew and Nap like this.
  3. Nap A Fixture

    Sorry not a clue !

    Impressive answers from lightbob


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