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RMS Carinthia - TSS Fairsea

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Migrant Ship Sitmar Castel Felice 1957

In 1956 Sitmar Line's Castel Felice carried skilled migrants from Germany to a new beginning in Australia. This is one family's pictorial snapshot of that jo...

Empress of Australia liner 1930's. Film 9908

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SS Strathaird 1948

Bill O'Reilly's description of the Australian "Invincibles" team, led by Don Bradman, aboard the P & O Liner Strathaird, from Australia to England in 1948.

 
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