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Ocean liners of the 20th century
Gordon R. Newell
|Statement||by Gordon Newell.|
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|Pagination||192 p :|
|Number of Pages||192|
Bill Miller, aka “Mr. Ocean Liner,” grew up close to the Hoboken waterfront and has been watching ships and shipping for nearly all his 70 years. An international authority on ocean liners and cruise ships, he has written more than books and more than 1, articles on . The Cunard Line’s Queen Elizabeth 2 was the last true ocean liner built during the 20th century, and brought ocean-going modernism to almost space-age futurism. The QE2 was a national project, funded by a generous government loan, and became a national icon of the late s.
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Ocean Liners Of 20th Century. Newell, Gordon. Published by Bonanza Books, New York New York, Hardcover. Condition: Fine. A new looking book that is clean and unmarked in A D.J. that is syn faded on the spine.4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. pp copiously illustrated with nealy images to produce a photographic history of the glamour.
An enjoyable novel about our (fairly) recent history - fascinating insight into ocean liner travel and the lives of some famous characters from the early part of the 20th century. Plenty of detail which gives authenticity and I found myself quite enthralled with /5().
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This is a timeline list of the world's largest passenger ship, ranked initially by gross register tonnage and subsequently by gross "title held" years reflect the largest extant passenger ship in the world at that time.
If a given ship was superseded by another, scrapped, or lost at sea then a new one is listed as a successor. Ship - Ship - Passenger liners in the 20th century: The upper limits of speed possible with piston-engined ships had been reached, and failure in the machinery was likely to cause severe damage to the engine.
In Charles A. Parsons designed the yacht Turbinia, using a steam turbine engine with only rotating parts in place of reciprocating engines. Get this from a library. Ocean liners of the 20th century. [Gordon R Newell] -- Photos and stories behind the names of the great ocean liners.
Ocean Liners of the 20 th Century by Gordon Newell, big page hardback with jacket, © Many photos including ships, commodores, captains, operations and more. Book very good; jacket tattered at corners, flap marked, clipped. Free shipping for U.S.
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Newell,Bonanza Books edition, in EnglishPages: Throughout much of the 20th century, giants plied the waters of the north Atlantic, bringing immigrants to the New World and ferrying wealthier passengers between New York (and other eastern ports) and Europe.
A handful of these great liners still exist, while most are memories, found only in old. An ocean liner is a passenger ship primarily used as a form of transportation across seas or oceans. Liners may also carry cargo or mail, and may sometimes be used for other purposes (such as for pleasure cruises or as hospital ships).
Cargo vessels running to a schedule are sometimes called liners. The category does not include ferries or other vessels engaged in. Licensed to YouTube by AdRev for Rights Holder (on behalf of Brand X Trailer Music (Brand X Music)); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Welcome to The Great Ocean Liners.
In-depth articles on more than ships. Established in To the ships. Great Western / - A pioneer of her time, the Teutonic inspired the construction of even larger and faster ships at the turn of the 20th century.
Read more. Olympic / - As the first and most prosperous of. William Henry Miller Jr. (born May 3, ) is a maritime author and historian who has written numerous books dealing with the golden age of ocean liners.
Miller was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, on May 3, In addition to his teaching career and writing over 40 books and many articles on the great liners, he was chairman of the World Ship Society's Port of New York.
The famous transatlantic ocean liners of the early 20th century were important national symbols in the rivalry between Britain and Germany. Or at least, that’s the traditional view. But the construction and interior design of these ships indicate that their owners were actually more concerned with profits than with patriotism.
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See more ideas about Cruise, Ocean and Concept art pins. The golden age of ocean liners is inextricably linked with the key decorative trends of the 20th century—Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Modernism. This lavish visual feast explores the technical, aesthetic, cultural, and political factors that came together to define such an iconic mode of travel, considering all aspects of the ocean liner.
In the 19th century, navies frequently chartered civilian ocean liners, and from the start of the 20th century painted them gray and added a degree of armament; their speed, originally intended to minimize passage time for civilian user, proved valuable for outrunning submarines and enemy cruisers in war.
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In the early s, steam-powered ocean liners were the largest machines on earth. By the early s, steamships already provided the primary means to transport people and goods across oceans.
Steam created by giant vats of boiling water provided consistent power, making ocean crossings predictable as ships didn't depend on wind for propulsion. Click to read more about Ocean liners of the 20th century by Gordon R.
Newell. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers4/5(2). Ocean liner is the name given to (usually large) ships that are used to transport people or goods. These ships travel along given routes; they usually have a schedule.
Usually, ocean liners travel long distances. The ships used for short distances, for example across a channel, a lake, or between an island and the coast close by, are called ferries. London’s V&A exhibition showcases opulent ocean liners from the 19th and 20th century From the Great Eastern to Titanic to QE2, a new exhibition provides insight Author: Claire Corkery.
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Cairis Title: Era of the Passenger Liner Edition: Format: Hardcover Pages: ISBN: DCN: ''dc20 Publisher: Pegasus Books Limited Location: London, England, United Kingdom Pub. Date: December Language: English UK Subjects: liners -- History -- 20th Century.
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Passenger ocean travel became feasible in the mid 19th century due to innovations in steam transportation, allowing .American passenger ships: the ocean lines and liners, / Contributor Names Emmons, Frederick E., Created / Published Newark: University of Delaware Press ; London: Associated University Presses, c