The only way to cross

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Collier Books, Apr 1, 1978 - Business & Economics - 434 pages
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Sketches the history of transatlantic liners since the turn of the century, examining their design and innovations as well as their memorable passengers

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Review: The Only Way to Cross: The Golden Era of the Great Atlantic Liners - From the Mauretania to the France and the Queen Elizabeth 2

User Review  - Mike Prochot - Goodreads

Extremely well written, filled with exhaustive detail and personal accounts. A broad but complete overview of the history of passenger travel on the Atlantic between Europe and America with an ... Read full review

Review: The Only Way to Cross: The Golden Era of the Great Atlantic Liners - From the Mauretania to the France and the Queen Elizabeth 2

User Review  - Ralph - Goodreads

A very good description of cruise ships evolution from truly luxury liners to (not up to today's version of cruise ships) their decline as preferred means of trans-Atlantic crossing. Lots of pictures, detailed accounts of amenities, etc. Read full review

Contents

Atlantic Overture
1
Building the Mauretania
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OlympicTitanic
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About the author (1978)

John Maxtone-Graham has written numerous works, including "The Only Way to Cross"--"the bible of the ship buffs." He spends half the year lecturing aboard ocean liners. Ashore, he lives in New York City.

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