Tag Archives: NORTH GERMAN LLOYD

1936 Nazi Color Film-Berlin in the Year of the Olympic Games.

Cruising the past: 1936 Nazi Color Film-Berlin in the Year of the Olympic Games. CLICK ABOVE TO PLAY THE COLOR 1936 FILM: Nazi propaganda complete color film from 1936. An outstanding portrait of daily life in Berlin in this rare, well preserved film, with the magical feeling of the pastel colors of Agfachrome.  Strangely, it appears that parts of this ... Read More »

Cruise History: March 1939 Ad from Hamburg-America Line – North German Lloyd pitching their Trans-Atlantic commuter service. World War 2 would start in six months.

Advertisement from “House Beautiful”  selling travelers on sailing aboard Hapag-Lloyd liners six months before the beginning of World War 2.  Americans bought passage and the trans-Atlantic crossings were full.  The USA was still very isolated from the realities of the coming war and were visiting Germany and Europe during the summer of 1939.  By the time this “young commuter” would ... Read More »

Cruise Ship History – First Class Luncheon Menu aboard the SS Bremen in 1932 – “crossing the pond” from New York to Europe in style …

Luncheon a la Carte – in 1932 Norddeutsche Lloyd Line (NDL) steamship offered its first class passengers enroute from New York to Europe a gastronomical feast. Here is the luncheon menu aboard the super liner SS Bremen in 1932. From Eclairs Duchesse to Bananas Orientale. And remember this is for luncheon! For additional information click here and please visit the ... Read More »