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RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952

RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952


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RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952

RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952. Previously a liner named Andes, the Atlantis was converted into a cruise ship and renamed by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company in 1929. She later served as a hospital ship during World War II and ended her career transporting British emigrants to Australia and New Zealand before being scrapped in 1952

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