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  1. International Mercantile Marine Company. Preferred share of the International Mercantile Marine Company, issued 21. November 1922. The International Mercantile Marine Company, originally the International Navigation Company, was a trust formed in the early twentieth century as an attempt by J.P. Morgan to monopolize the shipping trade.

  2. La International Mercantile Marine Company, originalmente conocida como International Navigation Company, fue un trust de empresas creado a principios del siglo XX en un intento del banquero estadounidense J.P. Morgan por monopolizar el comercio marítimo.

  3. The White Star Line, the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company was, from 1902 until 1927, a wholly owned subsidiary of the International Mercantile Marine Company (IMMC). From its inception thirty years earlier up to the turn of the century, it was probably the most successful of the British transatlantic carriers.

  4. En 1902, la White Star entró en la International Mercantile Marine Co. (IMM), un conglomerado de compañías navieras americanas. En 1903, la IMM absorbió la American Line, la Dominion Line, la Atlantic Transport Line, la Leyland Line y la Red Star Line.

    • Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, (desde 1870)
    • 1845
  5. 1 de abr. de 2012 · THE MOST IMPORTANT SHIPPING EVENT in North Atlantic history was the creation of the International Mercantile Marine company (IMM) in 1902. This giant shipping trust was the brainchild of the ...

  6. 15 de jun. de 2023 · In November 1899, he passed away at 62 years of age. The heir to this White Star throne would be none other than J. Bruce Ismay. Colourised photo of RMS Oceanic (1890) 1900-1912, Bruce Ismay, the IMM and the Olympic Class. The International Mercantile Marine Company was founded by the investment banker, J.P Morgan.

  7. 24 de jul. de 2012 · The International Mercantile Marine Company merger of 1902 has hitherto been misrepresented as a promotion of Wall Street. The subsequent course of this venture shows how even a combination of the world's most astute bankers and shipping men could be misled in analysis and held powerless to affect their own destiny by the march of economic and political events.