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Aq·ui·taine
[ak-wi-teyn; French a-kee-ten]
NOUN
1.
a lowland region in SW France, formerly an ancient Roman province and medieval duchy.
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RMS Aquitania - Wikipedia

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RMS Aquitania was a Cunard Line ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland. She was launched on ...

Aquitania | LostLiners

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Mar 17, 2011 ... Aquitania was launched on 21 April, 1913 by the Countess of Derby in front of a crowd of over 100,000 people. Lifeboat accommodations were ...

Aquitania, Cunard Line - Norway Heritage

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Aquitania, Cunard Line , history and description, built 1913 at Glasgow by John Brown & Co. Ltd.

TGOL - Aquitania

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A detailed career description of the Cunard liner Aquitania from 1914.

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Aug 9, 2013 ... Aquitania: Life of the "Ship Beautiful" - Duration: 8:22. OlympicWS 19,311 views · 8:22. RMS Queen Elizabeth 2: Cunard's Queen of the Seas ...

RMS Aquitania - The Lusitania Resource

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Aquitania was the third of a Cunard Line trio of express ocean liners before the First World War, the other two ships being Lusitania and Mauretania. Aquitania ...

CUNARD LINE HISTORY – THE RMS AQUITANIA | Cruising The Past

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Aug 31, 2015 ... The RMS Aquitania was the longest serving Cunard liner built in the 20th century and survived service in both World Wars. Originally the ship ...

Aquitania - Cunard Line - Ocean Liner Postcards - Simplon Postcards

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After her maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York on 30th May 1914, Aquitania made two more Atlantic crossings before the start of WW1. During the war she ...