THE LOSS OF THE TITANIC
|Publisher||The Floating Press|
|D O W N L O A D|
This book was first released in 1912, the year when the R.M.S. Titanic disaster took place, and has been re-printed several times since then. The book depicts a truly thrilling story of one of the passengers who managed to survive in that catastrophe. The memoirs are supplemented with numerous photographs and artefacts in possession of the family of the person.
We all know that the subject vessel is one of the most famous and her history is deservedly considered one of the most tragic ones. Though the R.M.S. Titanic was considered unsinkable by everyone, the collision with the iceberg resulted in sinking of the ship. The author of the book survived in one of the lifeboats and wanted to refute the numerous stories that used to be reported by the journalists.
According to the reviews provided by the readers, the volume is perfectly written and the content is fascinating, so it will definitely be interesting to everyone, including people far from the maritime industry. The book provides valuable insight in the ship and her first and last trip, the passengers and crew members. In fact the story presented by the author puts the reader on the vessel just at the time when the actions were unfolding…
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