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Aiellesi Nel Mondo

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The Ships that brought our Emigrants Aiellesi to various destinations

The massacre on "Matteo Bruzzo"
 Ill-fated ship, repeatedly escaped the sinking, is remembered for a tragic crossing shocked by several outbreaks in 1884, when it was rejected by Brazil and was forced to return to Italy for a quarantine in Pianosa: during the return journey the dead were 19

  
Aller: ship of 5,200 tons, built in 1886 by
the shipping company "North German Lloyd"
departed from Naples, transported many Aiellesi from1898 to1902 

WHITE STAR LINE : “Celtic” (21.000 tons and built in 1901

WHITE STAR LINE: “Adriatic” (24.000 tons and built in 1907)

 

SOCIETA’ ITALIA: nave “Ancona”  (8200 ttons and built in  1907)

 

SOCIETA’ ITALIA: nave “Conte di Savoia” (48.500 tons and built in  1931)

SOCIETA’ ITALIA: nave “Rex” (51.000 tons and built in  1932)

route: Genova-Napoli-New York

 

 SOCIETA’ ITALIA: nave “Cristoforo Colombo” (29.000 tons and built in  1954)
 

COSULICH LINE: nave “Homeric” (21.000 tons,  route to  Halifax)

 

FLOTTA ACHILLE LAURO: nave “ Roma” (25.000 tons)
route to South Amecia and Australia
 

NATIONAL HELLENIC AMERICAN LINE: nave “Queen Frederica
(21.300 tons, route to Napoli-Halifax-New York)
 

LLOYD TRIESTINO: nave “Conte Biancamano”  (24.400tons and built in  1926)


 

 

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