Germany in 1912: Images 286 to 290

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Part of Freeport. - Vessels approaching Freeport and can leave at any hour of the day or night, without customs control and without hindrance of any kind.

Henri Bruchard was for a long time the mayor of Hamburg and President of the Senate. For fifteen years, he remained one of most prominent politicians of the great city.

The Canals. - Old houses with gables and small windows opening to the outside border warehouses, shops, brick and wood residences.

The Imperator, which belongs to the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, is at present the largest transatlantic with a caliber of 50,000 tons.

The San Pauli quarter. - This suburb of Hamburg is the theater of marine life. They make their way around from tavern to tavern there.


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