Behold the passenger and post steamer Gouverneur Jaeschke. This ship was launched in the year 1900 and her career was as turbulent as the first half of the 20th Century. Her first owner, the shipping company Jebsen, had a subvention of the German government to manage ships that would support the German economical interests in China. By the time the ship had arrived to Shanghai to start her duty as liner between that city and Tianjin, she had already been bought by another company. The HAPAG managed the ship until 1914, when the German Empire decided to use it as support ship for the navy during World War I. In 1917, the USA took possession of the ship in Honolulu. She was renamed her Watauga and on duty for the Porto Rico Line. In 1920, she was sold to the Empresa Naviera de Cuba SA that renamed her Guantanamo. In 1933 she was bought by the government of the Dominican Republic, that transformed the ship into a troopship and named her Presidente Trujillo. She came back to civilian duty for the company Naviera Dominicana in 1938. Finally, on the 21st of May 1942 she was sunk near Fort de France, Martinique, by a torpedo launched by the German submarine U 125. Her model in a scale of 1:100 is on display on exhibition deck 5.