What is striking about the world 100 years ago is how little has truly changed. As Charles Emmerson notes in his exhaustive study, 1913: The World Before the Great War, people were already driving cars and flying planes.
They delighted in travel, holidaying by train or - for the leisured classes - perhaps taking a round-the-world cruise. A cruise aboard the SS Cleveland, for example, cost $650; its conveniences included a dark room for amateur photographers and...
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