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The Loss Of The S S Titanic Its Story And Its Lessons

Author : Lawrence Beesley
ISBN : 9781446188200
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In this dramatic real-life tale Lawrence Beesley tells first-hand what it was like to be on the Titanic as it plunged into the icy waters of the North Atlantic on that fateful night in April 1912.Beesley wrote this book and it was published just nine weeks after the disaster.Could the Titanic sinking have been averted? Was there a fundamental design flaw? Did Titanic break in two as it sank? Why did so many people die in the disaster?Its a story of what went wrong, of human endeavour and what lessons were learned.First published 1912 and now republished in 2010 by InfoTech Communications, UK.

The Loss Of The S S Titanic

Author : Lawrence Beesley
ISBN : 1976438802
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Whoever reads the account of the cries that came to us afloat on the sea from those sinking in the ice-cold water must remember that they were addressed to him just as much as to those who heard them, and that the duty, of seeing that reforms are carried out devolves on every one who knows that such cries were heard in utter helplessness the night the Titanic sank.

Report On The Loss Of The S S Titanic

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ISBN : 0862997232
Genre : Shipwrecks
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This report which has been out of print for many years, illustrated with archive photographs of the ship and of survivors who gave evidence at the enquiry, will enable the reader to get closer to the reality of that night.
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Report Into The Loss Of The Ss Titanic

Author : Samuel Halpern
ISBN : 9780750969413
Genre : Transportation
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Samuel Halpern has written widely on Titanic and often used the 1912 wreck report as a source of reference. It occurred to him one day how fascinating it would be if a team of dedicated, passionate, and expert authors were to issue a modern day report, with the knowledge we have today—what would such a report look like? In this book we have the answer. Following the basic layout of the report, this team provides fascinating insights into the ship herself, the American and British inquiries, the passengers and crew, the fateful journey and ice warnings received, the damage and sinking, protocol and process of rescue, the circumstances in connection with the SS Californian and SS Mount Temple, and the aftermath and ramifications around the world.
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