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HANSEATIC: 1930 - "The Story of a Beautiful Lady from Hamburg"

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Deutsche Atlantik Line: "T.S. HANSEATIC: Die Geschichte einter Schoenen Hamburgerin" (which amusingly translates on the internet as "T.S. HANSEATIC: The Story of a Beautiful Hamburger") by Vehrs/Heinsohn, published in 1988, hardbound with 184 pages, German text.

Oh, I wish I could read German! From the photos this looks like one of the best books about a specific ship ever printed. The story begins with the amazing transformation of the faded EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND (1930) into the modern HANSEATIC of 1958. Lots of photos of the reconstruction, then of the ship's eight years of popular voyages, and finally ending with many photos of the ship on fire in New York in September 1966 which ended her career.

This book is difficult to find over on this side of the Atlantic.

Excellent condition.
$75.00
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