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QE2 - A 50th Anniversary Celebration

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QE2 - A 50th Anniversary Celebration

Chris Frame

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AUSTRALIAN AUTHORS Fifty years ago the last British built transatlantic liner was launched. Christened by HM The Queen on 20 September 1967, the 963ft-long vessel was named Queen Elizabeth 2. By the end of that same day, she was already known by her famous nickname: QE2. Fast, smart and sleek, QE2 sailed over 5.6 million miles and carried more than 2.5 million passengers during a magnificent 39 1/2 year career. Put simply, she carried more people further than any ship before her and remains the longest-serving express liner in history. Through words penned by passionate QE2 travellers and with tribute stories from captains, crew and guests, a wide selection of carefully selected photographs bring this wonderful ship to life. AUTHORS: Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross have written a number of successful books for The History Press including the Photographic Journey series, and many books for the Story series, as well as A Photographic History of P&O Cruises and An Evolution of Transatlantic Liners. They live in Perth, Australia, where they work as a marketing executive and bookseller respectively. SELLING POINTS: This celebratory book showcases the world’s most loved ship, launched in September 1967 Limited slip-cased edition with commemorative postcards, poster and bookmark A must-have for all maritime enthusiasts, as well as those who have sailed aboard or admired the one and only Queen Elizabeth 2 Packed with never before published photographs including lots of colour Accessible style Featuring tributes from captains, crew and guests By respected maritime historians and Cunard experts 100 b/w illustrations 170 col illustrations

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