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Ships of Poland: Merchant Ships of Poland, Museum Ships in Poland, Naval Ships of Poland, Passenger Ships of Poland, Ships Built in Pol

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Published August 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781157940401
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32 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Merchant ships of Poland, Museum ships in Poland, Naval ships of Poland, Passenger ships of Poland,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Merchant ships of Poland, Museum ships in Poland, Naval ships of Poland, Passenger ships of Poland, Ships built in Poland, Steamships of Poland, Tall ships of Poland, SS Czar, Norda, SS Empire Celia, Concordia, Arka Noego, SS Kolno, ORP B?yskawica, SS Empire Almond, ORP Gryf, ORP Rybitwa, MV Horizon-1, SS Tobruk, ORP Grom, SS Ko?ciuszko, Lw w, Kaliakra, TSS Stefan Batory, MS Batory, ORP Batory, Kaisei, Hansa class ferry, Project 664 class torpedo boat, Royal Clipper, ORP Komendant Pi?sudski, Fryderyk Chopin, Yellow Fleet, Kr l Dawid, MS Chrobry, ORP General Haller, RV Oceania, ORP Jask ka, Pogoria, Dar Pomorza, SS So?dek, Copernicus, MS Sobieski, RPA 12, ORP Mewa, MV Renasa, ORP Czajka, ORP Arctowski, Dar M?odzie?y, ORP Wilia, MS Pi?sudski, Zawisza Czarny, ORP Fala, Kormoran 2 class minehunter, Projekt 206FM class minehunter, ORP ?uraw. Excerpt: SS Czar, or in Russian, was an ocean liner for the Russian American Line before World War I. The ship was later known as Estonia for the Baltic American Line, Pu?aski for the Gdynia America Line and as a British Ministry of War Transport troopship, and as Empire Penryn after World War II. The liner was built in Glasgow for the Russian American Line in 1912 and sailed on North Atlantic routes from Libau to New York. On one eastbound voyage in October 1913, Czar was one of ten ships that came to the aid of the burning Uranium Line steamer Volturno. After the Russian Revolution, the ship came under the control of the British Shipping Controller and was managed by the Wilson Line and later, the Cunard Line. Under Cunard management in 1918 as HMT Czar, she was employed as a troopship carrying United States troops to France as part of the United States Navys Cruiser and Transport Force. After the end of World War I, the ship was returned to the East Asiatic Company, the par...