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1912 Facts About Titanic e-book

Author:

Lee W. Merideth

Language:

English

Category:

Transport

Subcategory:

Transportation

ePub size:

1543 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Rocklin Press; First Edition edition (2003)

Pages:

253

ISBN:

0962623792

1912 Facts About Titanic e-book

by Lee W. Merideth


Book by Merideth, Lee .

Book by Merideth, Lee .

He was on duty as a lookout at 11:40 pm on April 14, 1912. This goes far beyond how long the ship is, or how many decks, providing a greater understanding of this remarkable ship and the people who sailed on it's only voyage.

1912 facts about Titanic. 1912 facts about Titanic. Titanic (Steamship) - Miscellanea. Shipwrecks - North Atlantic Ocean - Miscellanea.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1912 Facts about Titanic by Lee W. Merideth . The book also explores aspects of the wreck today and salvage operations.

The book also explores aspects of the wreck today and salvage operations. Although the main events of the Titanic disaster are well known, significant facts and tidbits remain obscure. Who were the thousands of men who built the giant ship? How were the bodies of the victims collected and buried? What were the conclusions of the investigative hearings into her sinking? Answers to these and hundreds of other questions are presented in this useful, easy-to-read volume.

Lee W. Merideth is the author of several Civil War reference books and a longtime Titanic buff. Books related to 1912 FACTS ABOUT THE TITANIC. He lives in northern California.

Explores the lesser-known facts about the Titanic with details on the ship, passengers, and the sinking, and provides information about salvage operations and the wreck today. Who were the thousands of men who built the giant ship?

1912 Facts about Titanic. Who were the thousands of men who built the giant ship? How were the bodies of the victims collected and buried?

1-5 Titanic Facts 1. Even when adjusted for inflation, the movie Titanic directed

1-5 Titanic Facts 1. Even when adjusted for inflation, the movie Titanic directed. 27. There was a book written about an ‘unsinkable’, ~800-foot cruise liner ship, that hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic on an April night, that didn’t have enough lifeboats, and killed most of its passengers. The ship was called ‘The Titan’. The book was written in 1898 about 14 years before the actual Titanic sank. 28. SS Naronic, a ship owned by the same company that owned Titanic disappeared on the same route without a trace in 1893.

Book by Merideth, Lee W.
Xtintisha
This telling of the tragic voyage presents many, many behind-the-scenes activities and facts and gives a very personal presence to the passengers. I had always, like many, been interested in the Titanic diaster and had watched many documentaries on the subject but after seeing the "Titanic Artifacts" exhibit, I was eager to buy a book on the subject. I made a good choice.

This book makes you really feel like you know the passengers and you will read it eagerly - even though as the pages turn, so does their fate grow closer. Some of the revelations are just jaw-dropping.

I would highly recommend this book for a educational and riveting Titanic experience.
Whilingudw
Great book full of little known and unknown facts about the Titanic and its sinking.
bass
Great book
Amis
I really enjoyed this book on the Titanic. Being a bit of a Titanic buff, I found new information with a human face that kept me engaged throughout. My biggest quibble with the book is that Meredith needed an editor who would tell him not to make plurals using apostrophes! LOL But overall this book presented the facts in a fast, concise format that I found quite interesting. A must for all Titanic buffs.
Rainpick
I've read a shipload of books on the Titanic and by golly, there were many facts here that I didn't know. Many definitive answers as well in this easy flowing style.
Narder
Book is full of interesting facts you normally wouldn't think about.
Anen
There was very little to nothing new, so I believe it was pretty much a waste of my money. I don't recommend this book to anyone that has a serious interest in the Titanic.
Wasn't overly impressed, just ok. Not a very big or thick book. Not a ton of infomration. I am a Titanic buff and was hoping for much more information, was disappointed.

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