The R M S. Campania took Jacob to America. William and Walter Green also went on this vessel

It was commissioned by the Cunard Line in 1893. The ship held over 2,000 passengers. It was built in Scotland and could do 22 knots. It once broke a speed record by crossing the Atlantic in 5 days, 17 hours and 27 minutes.

The S.S. Campania was the largest ship of the Cunard Line at the time

Around 1915, it was refitted for use as an aircraft carrier but was in a collision with the HMS Revenge in the Firth of Forth Sea - the RMS Campania sank on November 5, 1918.



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