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Title: Valletta shipping (9) : the Pace family
Authors: Wickman, Viktor
Keywords: Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Merchant mariners -- Malta
Merchant ships -- Malta
Shipping -- Malta
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Wickman, V. (1985). Valletta shipping (9) : the Pace family. Civilization, 20, 536-539.
Abstract: In the 1960's, the Maltese National Line was the largest local steamship company. The company's roots were first put down by the Pace Brothers who came to Malta from Italy nearly 250 years ago and with a few sailing ships they founded a flourishing shipping and commercial enterprise. There is no conclusive evidence to show what happened to the first sailing ships which the enterprising Pace Brothers brought to Malta. But it is known that the firm operated as merchants, shipbrokers and forwarding agents.
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