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Sabotage: The Mafia, Mao and the Death of the Queen Elizabeth

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On 9 January 1972, the mighty Queen Elizabeth, then the largest liner in the world, caught fire in Hong Kong harbour. Watched by millions around the world, she burned live on television, including on Britain's children's programme Blue Peter. Since her retirement in 1968, she had been a tourist attraction in Florida, before her owners went bankrupt and she was sold to become the floating Seawise University. Days before an extensive refit was due to be completed, fires broke out simultaneously in different parts of the ship ...

Sabotage: The Mafia, Mao and the Death of the Queen Elizabeth 2012, Amberley Publishing, Chalford

ISBN-13: 9781445603483

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