The 'Orama' at Palermo, Italy
Orama' was the first British ship to have accommodation for first- and third-class passengers but no second-class provision. She was sunk in June 1940 by the German cruiser 'Admiral Hipper' during the Norwegian campaign.
Marine Photo Service (Waterline Collection)
- Image reference: P84088
- Waterline Collection, National Maritime Museum, London
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