The Thomas Cook Story

John Pudney

“… The story of its founder, Thomas Cook, and of his son, John Mason Cook, is not just a joint biography of two outstanding Victorian personalities, It also illuminates interesting new aspects of nineteenth century social progress and many of the events of the time. such stories as the organization by Thomas Cook of relief to the starving Parisians at the end of the Franco-Prussian war, of the organization of pilgrimages to Mecca on behalf of the Indian government, of the organization by the travel agency of the relief of Khartoum after the death of General Gordon, of he organization of the Kaiser’s visit to Jerusalen – these are but a few of the unique events revealed in this biography of a business. …”



Michael Joseph



Talen Engels
Landen Wereld-wijd


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