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Cabin Class Rivals: Lafayette & Champlain, Britannic & Georgic and Manhattan & Washington

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Cabin Class Rivals: Lafayette & Champlain, Britannic & Georgic and Manhattan & Washington - Williams, David L., and Kerbrech, Richard P. de
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During the late 1920s and early 1930s three pairs of unique and innovative passenger liners emerged from France, the UK and the US designated as cabin-class liners: the Lafayette and Champlain, Britannic and Georgic and the Manhattan and Washington - three steamships and three motorships. Born at the height of the Great Depression and constructed at a time when there was much work needed in the shipbuilding and allied trades, they were overshadowed by the larger, more luxurious express liners on the prestigious North ...

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Cabin Class Rivals: Lafayette & Champlain, Britannic & Georgic and Manhattan & Washington 2015, The History Press Ltd, Stroud

ISBN-13: 9780750956598

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