SHIPWRECKS

By: JENNINGS, P.S. &

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SHIPWRECKS by JENNINGS, P.S. & BOSEK, Danny
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Bison Group. Revised and updated. London. 1994. Great illustrations of well known & sometime notorious shipwrecks including: RMS 'Titanic'; RMS 'Lusitania'; Bermuda Triangle ships; 'Andrea Dora'; French super liner 'L'Atlantique'; Ferry 'Scandanavian Star'; SS 'Normandie'; 'Achille Lauro'; Car Ferry 'Herald of Free Enterprise'; Tanker 'Torrey Canyhon'; Illustrated dust jacket over similar illustrated laminated end boards. Fine. 80pp. 300 x 230.

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