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Various: pre-war - "Great Passengers Ships of the World" vols 1-6

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Ship History:  "Great Passenger Ships of the World" by Arnold Kludas, volumes 1-6, published 1972-1986, hardbound with original dust jackets, approximately 200 pages in each volume.

Where would I be without Kludas?  When writing about a ship, Kludas is the first place I look so my set is always within an easy reach.  In his monumental work, the famed German ship historian provides basic stats and important milestones in a ship's history.  Need to know when the ILE DE FRANCE took her first post-war transatlantic voyage?  Kludas volume 3 (July 21, 1949).  How many passengers in each class on the CAP TRAFLAGAR?  Kludas volume 2 (400 1st, 274 2nd, 912 3rd).  Maiden voyage of the LUCANIA?  Kludas volume 1 (September 2, 1893).  While the pre-1900 listings are spotty, almost every liner of 10,000 tons or greater up to 1986 is listed.  Most listing include at least one photo.  The Kludas series is argumentatively the greatest ship reference work ever published.  Here is a chance to purchase the entire set.

Excellent condition.

$125.00
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