We look at a grand age of maritime creation, ocean-going superlative, but also sad destruction in the dark days of the First War. It was, in all ways, a fascinating period.
William Miller has written 70 books on passenger ships and is an acknowledged world expert in his field. He has received the National Maritime History Award and the Silver Ribband Award, and he created the passenger ship database for the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Along with appearing in numerous TV documentaries & news broadcasts, he has been a guest lecturer aboardapproximately 75 different ships, includingmore than100 voyages with the Cunard Line. He has sailed onmore than350 voyages on approximately 300 ships.