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stein



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Rich man - poor man...
So who owns this piece of nautical one-upmanship then - it is not the man fishing in the foreground.
· Date: Wed, 24 June 20 · Views: 168
· Filesize: 51.4kb, 99.3kb · Dimensions: 913 x 899 ·
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eddyw
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Wed, 24 June 20 08:12

Aristotle Onassis' "Christina". Conversion from WW2 frigate - no expense spared!
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Wed, 24 June 20 08:21

That was fast. Remarkable fellow, from whatever angle one looks at him. I remember having read and heard that the small stature of Napolean was part of his need to conquer - seeing pictures of the Greek shipping magnate beside the Widow of JFK one believes that of him as well.
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