Layton, J.K. 64 Pág. Rústica. 21×15.

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Since the end of the nineteenth century there has been a stunning succession of transatlantic liners, from the White Star Line’s Oceanic of 1899 to the Cunard Line’s Queen Mary 2 of 2004. These floating palaces often contained luxurious staterooms, ballrooms and lounges for the rich, and noticeably more modest and basic accommodation for poorer travellers; Their designs most luxurious and fastest ship on the Atlantic. As the tides of passenger demand rose and fell over the years and the world plunged twice into global conflict, these ships had to adapt to survive.