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BREMEN: 1939 - Deluxe 1st & T plans w/ pics

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North German Lloyd: A sixteen-page deck plan printed on heavy stock showing both First and Tourist classes onboard the BREMEN (V).  Although undated, this plan was distributed throughout the 1960s.

The plan first unfolds to five panels to reveal a color starboard portrait of the ship. Prominently displayed is the BREMEN's massive single stack, a design feature retained when the ship was rebuilt from the French PASTEUR. Fully open, the plan stretches 36". Eleven decks are shown in detail which includes furniture placement. Nine b&w photos show off stylish interiors.

The rebuilding and launch of the BREMEN in 1959 was a source of great national pride in a Germany struggling to recover from the war. This BREMEN, the fifth to carry the storied name for NDL, sailed until the line combined with former rival Hamburg American Line to form Hapag Lloyd in 1970. The aging ship was soon sold off to Chandris, who sailed her for just a few years as REGINA MAGNA. She proved troublesome and was sent to the breakers. But like many a famous old liner, the PASTEUR/BREMEN/REGINA MAGNA took matters into her own hands and sank while en route.

Mint condition.

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