by William Miller.
The Italian Line passenger ships were special not only for their elegant design and decor but also for their impeccable service. Unfortunately the line became victim to the political and social events during the 1960s coupled with the rise in travel by air — when the end came swiftly in the mid-1970s. This book, which is full of archival illustrations reviews the Belle Époque of Italian transatlantic vessels, remembering them with dozens of wonderful photographs of the marvelous days of ocean travel by the classic liners.
133 pages Softcover.
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