'Carmania' sinking 'Cap Trafalgar' off Trinidad, 14 September 1914
The 'Carmania', the first transatlantic liner to be fitted with turbines, was taken over by the navy as an armed merchant cruiser at the beginning of the First World War. In September 1914 she fought a duel in the South Atlantic against the German armed merchant cruiser 'Cap Trafalgar' which she sank. The watercolour is signed and dated 1923.
Original size: 340 mm x 465 mm
- Image reference: PT2974
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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