RMS Titanic Book Collection
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Our collection features both hardcover and softcover books devoted to the many topics that comprise the world of the RMS Titanic, the ship, passengers, survivors, findings, movies, and more.
Amazing as it may seem today, even though the Titanic had sunk forty-three years before, A Night to Remember was the first significant book about the disaster. Despite the passage of all those years, there were still more than sixty Titanic survivors left alive for Lord to interview. But Lord had much more going for him than good timing and groundbreaking research. He was, in many ways, the perfect author for this book.
As the Titanic sank into the icy Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, the signal went out: All Stations! Distress! This gripping account dramatizes-thë disaster in the words of the survivors and in water-colors that portray the chaos, desperation, arid numerous individual dramas of a night remembered for the most infamous shipwreck in history.
Describes the ill-fated maiden voyage of the Titanic, a luxury liner claimed to be "unsinkable" that was destroyed after colliding with an iceberg, killing over one thousand passengers onboard.
Discover the Truth behind the legendary 'Unsinkable' ship in this single issue magazine / soft-cover book published Bookazine Future in 2017. Their primary topics included Building a Pioneering Ship, Life on Board, and Historical Artefacts.
When it comes to learning about the real historical and cultural impact of the Titanic, you feel like you’re lost at sea. Don’t send up the flares yet! The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to the Titanic brings to life the saga of the Titanic, her passengers, and her era.
In this book, Robert Ballard tells the complete story of the Titanic and of his thrilling quest to find her. In words and with dozens of pictures, we relive just what it was like to be on board the Titanic the night she sank.
Inside the Titanic invites young readers to embark on the most famous ocean voyage of all time. With colorful, oversized illustrations and fabulously detailed cutaways, this book reveals every stage of the Titanic s life, from the day the liner left England to a haunting underwater view of the wreck today.
James Cameron's Titanic chronicles the cinematic re-creation of the most legendary ocean disaster of all time as seen through the eyes of a master storyteller.
Make your own model Tifanic, complete with its own display stand from this Incredible book. This fantastic model is in full color with intricate attention to detail and once built measures over sixty centimeters in length!
Olympic and Titanic are, without question, two of the most intriguing names in maritime history. Here they are both discussed in great detail in a facsimile reprint of the Souvenir Number from The Shipbuilder magazine.
The Last Days of the Titanic takes in the full sweep of the liners celebrated departure from England and Ireland, from boarding the Titanic Special rail car at Waterloo Station, to port activity at Queenstown, and ultimately to final photographs of the ship as it disappeared from view off the coast of Ireland.
Draw your own conclusions from the documents presented in this book. Here, in this reader about the Titanic, are reprinted for the first time all of the most significant accounts by survivors of the great ship's destruction: the full text of Beesley’s book
The Story of the Titanic by Henry Hirst is an exciting selection of the well known and lesser known images with the author's narration that creates a storyboard of the tragedy of the maiden voyage of one of the finest ships ever built.
Cet ouvrage fascinant retrace l’histoire de l’une des plus grandes catastrophes maritimes de tous les temps et vous permettra de revivre, dans ses moindres détails, le voyage du mythique paquebot et de ses passagers jusqu’à sa fin tragique.
The National Geographic Society is no different from the rest of the world in its fascination with Titanic, the luxurious liner tragically lost on her maiden voyage in 1912. We do differ, however, in that we’ve been privileged to bring her story to life, primarily through the words and pictures of two pioneers.
For seventy-five years, the R.M.S. Titanic has possessed a nautical mystique second only to that of Noah’s Ark. The inaccessibility of the Titanic's wreckage, resting some two miles deep in the North Atlantic, has seemed only to increase the ship’s strange pull on our imaginations.
Titanic: Fortune & Fate is a work extraordinary in its breadth and quality, a profound remembrance of the motivations, thoughts, and feelings—some tragic, some heroic—that marked the ship’s only voyage. There is a haunting aura surrounding the authentic items possessed by those aboard the Titanic on its last night at sea.
Now the complete story of the “unsinkable" Titanic — from her construction and launch to her sinking and rediscovery — is told in words and hundreds of pictures in one magnificent, lavishly illustrated volume.
Experience the anticipation and excitement: of the maiden voyage through period illustrations and extracts from original documents, evoking the splendour of the ship and her unrivalled passenger comforts.
Titanic: First Accounts is essentially a comilation of many of the first hand accounts published shortly after the disaster, edited to make it easier for the reader to comprehend and make sense out of the events as they unfolded. Except for cover, which unfold into a full-color cutaway of the RMS Titanic, the book has no illustrations.
Here for the first time, is the most complete story of the Titanic --the construction of the largest and most luxurious ship the world had ever seen, her passengers and maiden voyage, the terrifying night of the sinking, the dramatic discovery, recovery, and conservation efforts, as well as astonishing new scientific information and artifacts, gathered during recent expeditions to the site. Finally, answers to many of the enduring mysteries surrounding the sinking of the Titanic.
Even in Third Class, the accommodation was better than on First Class on many older ships. For the first time, Bruce Beveridge, Steve Hall and Scott Andrews look at the ship itself, and at her interior design and fittings.
Filled with a superb selection of photographs - black and white from 1912 and more recent color photographs of the Titanic at the bottom of the ocean. Time/Life, again, proved their ability to tell a story in words and pictures.
Join us as we look into those waters and uncover the facts, some fun, some interesting and some startling, behind the the movies, the grand ship, her passengers, and her crew.
Total Titanic will separate fiction from fact and report on what actually happened as best we know it, from personal memoirs, official records, and discoveries made on recent expeditions to the ship’s ocean-bottom grave site.
While many accounts of the Titanic's voyage focus on the technical or mechanical aspects of why the ship sank, Voyagers of the Titanic follows the stories of the men, women, and children whose lives intersected on the vessel’s fateful last day, covering the full range of first, second, and third class—from plutocrats and captains of industry to cobblers and tailors looking for a better life in America.
A Graphic and Thrilling Account of the Sinking of the greatest Floating Palace ever built, carrying down to watery graves more than 1,500 souls. Giving Exciting Escapes from death and acts of heroism not equaled in ancient or modern times, told by THE SURVIVORS.