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Books On or About The White Star Line Luxury Steamship "Titanic"

  • 1912 Facts about the Titanic
    1912 Facts about the Titanic New - Offering fascinating, lesser-known facts about the "Titanic", author Lee Merideth gives details on the ship, the passengers, and the sinking and explores aspects of the salvage operations of the wreck today.
  • 882 1/2 Amazing Answers To Your Questions About The Titanic
    882 1/2 Amazing Answers To Your Questions About The Titanic - This fact-filled book answers the questions most often asked about the "Titanic". In addition, highly illustrated pages convey dozens of stories and rare bits of information that readers will love. Each spread tells a different aspect of the "Titanic" story, from building, launching and sailing to collision, and rediscovery, with illustrations, close-cropped artefacts, archival images, step-by-step diagrams and more.
  • "Titanic" by Martin Jenkins
    "Titanic" New - On 14 April 1912, the largest and finest ocean liner of the age struck an iceberg and sank to the icy depths. This book traces the history of the Titanic from blueprint to ocean dream, and uncovers the factors that led to her tragic end.
  • Anatomy of the Titanic
    Anatomy of the Titanic - Through original drawings and notes, public records, and period photographs, "Anatomy of the Titanic" provides a stem-to-stern examination of the structure of the greatest maritime venture of its era. 200 photos plus drawings & cutaways.
  • Discover the Titanic
    The reader is asked to adopt the role of a marine archaeologist exploring the sea for the wreckage of the Titanic. Features die-cut cardboard shapes which can be assembled into a model of the Titanic complete with pull-out and lift-the-flap sections.
  • The Discovery of the Titanic
    The Discovery of the Titanic - This is the account of the discovery of the site of the Titanic and is a testament to state-of-the-art undersea technology.
  • Exploring the Titanic: How the Greatest Ship Ever Lost Was Found
    Exploring the Titanic: How the Greatest Ship Ever Lost Was Found - Describes the large luxury liner which sank in 1912 and the discovery and exploration of its underwater wreckage.
  • Father Browne's Titanic Album: A Passenger's Photographs and Personal Memoir
    In 1985 a cache of 42,000 photographs - among them, remarkable mementoes and images of the Titanic's ill fated voyage - were uncovered in a Dublin basement. All the product of a single photographer, Francis ("Father") Browne.
  • Inside the Titanic : Giant Cutaway Book
    Inside the Titanic - Frank Goldsmith can hardly believe his luck. He is going to America on board the newest and largest ocean liner in the world. Once he and his family have found their small room in third class, Frank goes off to explore the Titanic.
  • The Last Log of the Titanic
    The Last Log of the Titanic, the first Titanic book written from the perspective of an expert ship handler, subjects the sinking of the Titanic to the brand of professional analysis that until now has been conspicuously missing from the literature on the great liner.
  • On Board the Titanic: What It Was Like When the Great Liner Sank
    Stunning, full-color illustrations, detailed diagrams of the ship's interior, and rare photographs convey a wealth of information to complement this breathtaking true story. On Board the Titanic: A lavishly illustrated chronicle of the famous sea liner's fateful maiden voyage is presented from the viewpoints of two survivors including a young passenger and a crewman.
  • Titanic Voices - Southampton Reference Library Edition
    A priceless collection of photographs, letters and oral histories detailing the events leading up to the disaster in the early hours of April 15th 1912. The intimate memories of passengers and crew and the shocked reactions of Southampton locals, where many of the crew were based, brings the story vividly to life in a way that news reports and historical texts cannot.
  • Titanic Voices: Memories from the Fateful Voyage
    The RMS Titanic was supposedly unsinkable, but in the early hours of 15 April 1912 this newest flagship of the White Star Line sank with great loss of life. Titanic Voices relives the event through first hand accounts. Using photographs, letters and oral histories, "Titanic Voices" seeks to recreate the sinking of the ship, reliving events through the first-hand accounts of those who were actually there.
  • Titanic: A Journey Through Time
    Titanic: A Journey Through Time - The co-authors of two bestselling books on "Titanic" return with a detailed chronology of the ship's final hours, with exact times assigned to each event based on current scientific examination of the wreck. 625 illustrations.
  • Titanic: April 14, 1912 - Survival!
    Titanic: April 1912 New - Faced with natural disaster, ordinary people find untapped depths of courage and compassion. Each book in this new series from the authors of the "American Diaries" series combine meticulously researched history and a fast-paced story of survival against incredible odds, sure to appeal to both girls and boys. On board the "Titanic", a young boy and his friend struggle to survive the greatest sea disaster of all time.
  • Titanic: James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay
    Titanic: James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay - Winner of 11 Oscars and a huge box-office success, "Titanic" has lived up to its name. Now, for fans everywhere, here is the complete and illustrated annotated script of this cinematic masterpiece. 250+ photos.
  • Titanic: The Complete Guide to Building the Titanic
    "Titanic" New - On 14 April 1912, the largest and finest ocean liner of the age struck an iceberg and sank to the icy depths. This book traces the history of the Titanic from blueprint to ocean dream, and uncovers the factors that led to her tragic end.
  • Titanic: The Ship Magnificent, Vol. 2 - Interior Design & Fitting Out
    The largest, most luxurious ship in the world, lost on her maiden voyage after colliding with an iceberg in mid-Atlantic, Titanic has become the stuff of legends. Built at the peak of the race between the British, French and Germans to build bigger and better ships, she was the achievement of 15,000 men in one of the world's most advanced shipyards.
  • Titanic: Women And Children First
    Titanic : women and children first - A commemoration of the women and children involved in the tragedy of the sinking of the Titanic. The book is concerned with how they were a microcosm of society at the turn of the century when survival in life, as on this doomed ship, depended much too often on social class.

 

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