by H M Le Fleming
In February 1934 the two foremost British passenger lines on the North Atlantic were merged as Cunard White Star Ltd. The golden years were past and the 1930s was the last decade before the airlines became serious rivals. This book is a pictorial of the Cunard/White Star ships of the period, many were pre-1914 survivors but most were built between the wars — Cunard and White Star possessed six of the seven surviving giant liners. Many great black and photographs and thumbnail biographies of: Carmania & Caronia, White Star Line’s “Big Four,” Mauretania, Aquitania, Berengaria, Olympic, Homeric, Majestic, Cunard’s Scythia- Class, A-Class, Second Mauretania, Queen Mary, Lancastria, Doric, Laurentic, Britannic and Georgic.
34 pages. Softback.