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As the blockbuster film proved, the Titanic’s tragic tale—rich in romance, intrigue, heroism, greed, wealth, and class—continues to grip the public’s ...
As the blockbuster film proved, the Titanic’s tragic tale—rich in romance, intrigue, heroism, greed, wealth, and class—continues to grip the public’s imagination. While dozens of books have charted the ship’s all-too-short life, this remarkable volume stands apart from the rest. It’s the first to contain 30 fascinating facsimile items of Titanic memorabilia, including tickets, letters, telegrams, menus, original plans, and blueprints—as well as two stunning gatefolds and 200 photographs of the ship and the wreck, taken with underwater equipment.
Readers will enjoy a unique and compelling insight into life on board the luxury liner as she began her fateful voyage into the icy seas of the North Atlantic in April 1912.
Posted January 4, 2012
Posted February 20, 2010
I CERTAINLY DON'T EMBRACE A TRAGEDY, BUT I EMBRACE THE STORYTELLING DETAIL OF THIS BOOK'S TRAGEDY, UNTHINKABLE, BUT DEFINITELY MEMORABLE....GOD BLESS THE SOULS OF THOSE PASSENGERS!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.