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Author Thomson, Andrew, producer

Title TSMS Lakonia, Atlantic Ocean, 289 klm north of Madeira / by Andrew Thomson and Madeleine Swain
Published Geelong, Australia : World Wide Entertainment, 2007

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Description 1 online resource (6 min.)
Series Infamous places ; 22
World history in video.
Summary For over 30 years the TSMS Lakonia had a very varied and successful history of passenger liner, troop carrier and cruise ship. On the 22nd of December 1963, she was 550 miles northwest of Casablanca and three days in to an eleven-day Christmas cruise. At about 11 p.m., a fire caused by faulty wiring started in the ship's hairdressing salon. It spread rapidly, but the order to abandon ship wasn't given until a couple of hours later. Clivedon House, the Buckinghamshire mansion. In it's time has been home to the Astor family and various dukes. But it really earned its infamy in the early 1960s when it became known as the place where cabinet minister John Profumo met top showgirl Christine Keeler
Notes Previously released on DVD
Title from resource description page (viewed Sept. 1, 2011)
English
Subject Keeler, Christine
Profumo, John D
Rice-Davies, Mandy, 1944-2014.
Keeler, Christine.
Profumo, John D.
Rice-Davies, Mandy, 1944-2014.
Lakonia (Motorship)
Adultery.
Politicians -- England
Sex scandals -- England
Ships -- Fires and fire prevention.
Adultery.
Politicians.
Sex scandals.
Ships -- Fires and fire prevention.
Atlantic Ocean.
Buckinghamshire (England)
Atlantic Ocean.
England.
England -- Buckinghamshire.
Genre/Form Documentary
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Documentaires télévisés.
Émissions télévisées autres que de fiction.
Form Streaming video
Author Swain, Madeleine, narrator
Other Titles Clivedon House, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom