End of a liner

Patton, Allyson
October 1998
American History;Oct98, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p72
Focuses on the French luxury liner called Normandie which burned and capsized at New York City's 50th Street pier in February 1942. Cause of the fire; Details of the incident.


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