WHITE EMPRESSES AND OTHER CANADIAN PACIFIC LINERS OF THE 1920S & 30S
Tells the intriguing stories of these ships, on both oceans, during the "golden age" of cruise liner travel. Some were scrapped prematurely and some were casualties of war, while others were restored and reactivated for Canadian Pacific liner services in the late '40s and into the '50s. Import. Well illustrated, some color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2785560
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