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Desert Tragedy (Colour Litho)

IMAGE number
LLM2778962
Title
Desert Tragedy (Colour Litho)
Artist
Taber, Giorgio (1904-2002) / Italian
Location
Private Collection
Medium
colour lithograph
Description

Tragedy in the desert. A French superquadrimotore from Saigon and headed for Paris, for reasons not yet specified, suddenly lost altitude and crashed, setting itself on fire in the desert area about twenty kilometers south-east of Cairo International Airport. Six crew members and twelve passengers were saved; among them a child who, miraculously unharmed, was the first to run to meet the rescuers who got off small planes loaned by a company Egyptian oil industry. In the catastrophe, 52 people were killed. Illustration for Courier Sunday, 4 March 1956.

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