Pan American. 1943.
Sixteen page illustrated brochure 8 ¼ x 5 inches with focus on the city of Lisbon and its many tourist attractions. A map on page two locates the city's two airports as well as train lines, one to Estoril and the other to Porto. A centerfold map identifies Lisbon's Black Horse Square, train stations, museums, and various hotels, as well as Pan Am’s center city location. Brochure in very good clean condition. A Wikipedia entry states "As Hitler's occupation swept across Europe, neutral Portugal became one of the Continent's last escape routes." An uncommon wartime publication. No WorldCat listing for this item has been located. Item #55590