The Titanic Experience: The Legend Of The Unsinkable Ship
Hailed as “unsinkable,” the Titanic was the world’s biggest ship and the ultimate in seafaring luxury. Yet within five days of setting off on its maiden voyage, it sank to the bottom of the sea, taking the lives of more than 1,500 passengers. Nearly a century later, the Titanic remains the worst seafaring disaster in history.As the blockbuster film proved, the Titanic’s tragic tale—rich in romance...
Hardcover: 63 pages
Publisher: Carlton Books; 1st edition (August 4, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 0.5 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 2576573
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“This is one of 4 books that I purchased for my ten year old grandchild for Christmas in 2016. She has a fascination for The Titanic and her parents have even taken her to The museum in Tenn. for a family vacation. In late February their home burned ...”
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.