July 19, 2008- Fish and Ships
The Queen Mary- WWII Service


The Queen Mary was pressed into service as a transport ship during WWII. Because of the speed of the ship, it went across unescorted. During the course of WWII, it transported over 750,000 men and women. It took troops to Europe and brought back wounded and dead soldiers. It also transported war brides back to the US.


40mm Anti-Aircraft gun that was on the deck of the Queen Mary during WWII.










Isolation ward, used for treating the sick, who may be contagious.





















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