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Disaster at sea : shipwrecks, storms, and collisions on the Atlantic

Author: William H Flayhart
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., [2005]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William H Flayhart
ISBN: 0393326519 9780393326512
OCLC Number: 56913373
Notes: Originally published: Perils of the Atlantic. 1st ed. c2003.
Description: 380 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Disaster at sea: shipwrecks, storms, and collisions on the Atlantic --
The Wreck of the Arctic, September 27, 1854 --
A Hostile Shore, Stormy Weather, and Inattentive Lookouts Make for a Deadly Combination: The White Star Liner Atlantic Fails to Make Halifax, April 1, 1873 --
The Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn: The Sudden Loss of the Second-Largest Ship in the World, November 22, 1873 --
The SS Pennsylvania of the American Line and the Great Hurricane of 1874, February 23, 1874 --
Grounding of the Steamship Rusland of the Red Star Line off Long Branch, New Jersey, March 17, 1877 --
The Graceful City of Brussels and the Deadly Fog of the Irish Sea, January 7, 1883 --
The Loss of the Cunard Liner Oregon, March 14, 1886 --
An Inconceivable Horror: Two White Star Liners Crash off New York; The Collision of the Celtic and the Britannic, May 19, 1887 --
An Atlantic Disaster Narrowly Missed: The Explosion of the Engines on the City of Paris, March 25, 1890 --
Fire at Sea on the City of Richmond, June 1891 --
The City of Chicago and the Old Head of Kinsale, July 1, 1892 --
Ocean Racing Can Be Hazardous!: The St. Paul and the Campania Experience Near Disaster, January 25, 1896 --
The Loss of Holland America's Gallant Veendam to Causes beyond Comprehension, February 6-8, 1898 --
A Sinking Tanker in Heavy Weather Can Be a Tricky Thing: The Vindobala, December 1898 --
The Wireless Brings Aid for the First Time: The Republic and the Florida in Collision, January 23, 1909 --
The Ultimate Catastrophe: The Largest Ship in the World, the SS Titanic, Strikes an Iceberg in the Middle of the North Atlantic, April 14-15, 1912 --
Fog in the St. Lawrence Can Be Deadly: The Loss of the Empress of Ireland, May 29, 1914 --
The Lusitania Meets an Untimely Fate, May 7, 1915 --
Fire at Sea, a Dead Captain, and a Sociopathic Killer: The Morro Castle Disaster, September 8, 1934 --
It Never Should Have Happened: The Collision of the Italian Andrea Doria and the Swedish Stockholm, July 26, 1956 --
A Final Voyage Can Have More than One Ending: The SS Seabreeze I, December 18, 2000.
Other Titles: Perils of the Atlantic
Responsibility: William Henry Flayhart III.
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