She enjoys the first of her new supply while murmuring "how dreadful" while reading at breakfast of the sinking of the Lusitania.
But the only solution that I see is another Lusitania outrage, which would force war.
Even Captain Lote's praise of the Lusitania poem was whole-hearted and ungrudging.
Since the Lusitania's sinking Captain Zelotes had been a battle charger chafing at the bit.
Then we got word by wireless that the Lusitania had been torpedoed.
Doctor Zimmermann said that the sinking of the Lusitania was a bad blunder.
Hayman, like all his associates, warned him not to go on the Lusitania.
At the sinking of the Lusitania a very keen realization of the gravity of the situation was evident all over the country.
If the Arabic question is not complicated with the Lusitania a solution will be easier.
Returning to the drawing room, Stefan watched her playing with them as he had watched her on the Lusitania fifteen months before.
Latin name of a region roughly corresponding to modern Portugal; in modern use, allusive or poetic for "Portugal." The Cunard ocean liner (sister ship of the Mauretania and Aquitania, also named after Roman Atlantic coastal provinces) was launched in 1906, torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-20 on May 7, 1915.
A British passenger ship sunk by a German submarine off the coast of Ireland in 1915. Germany, then at war with Britain but not with the United States (see World War I), had warned Americans against traveling on the ship. More than a hundred Americans died in the sinking. The incident worsened relations between Germany and the United States and encouraged American involvement in the war.