Sneaking Into First Class From Second


AndrewBrown

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Apr 5, 2021
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Definitely, certainly not the men or any child. But a young third class woman like Hilda Hellstrom might have had an outside chance for a brief period IF she had a reasonably nice dress and was able to behave with natural confidence. Human nature being what its is - and especially so in 1912 - a busy male steward might not have noticed anything amiss if a well dressed young lady walked past him pretending as though she belonged there. I don't know what Hilda was like in real life but if she appeared typically Scandinavian (to hell with Political correctness),was reasonably well dressed and behaved naturally, she might have been able to reach the fringes of the Cafe Parisien to unobtrusively listen to that music for a few minutes.
I think you're right.
 

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