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Lost voices from the Titanic

Author: Nick Barratt
Publisher: Long Preston : Magna Large Print, 2011, ©2009.
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On the 15th April 1912 the largest, most expensive, most luxurious ship ever built sank beneath the icy waves of the northern Atlantic. Over one thousand five hundred people perished that night in what has become one of the most examined tragedies of our time. But never before has the story of the world's most infamous ship, been told in the words of those who designed her, built her and survived her. Here Nick  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Large type books
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Barratt
ISBN: 9780750534543 0750534540
OCLC Number: 751796060
Notes: Standard print ed. originally published: London : Preface, 2009.
Description: 411 pages, [16] pages of plates (large print) : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
Part one: The background and construction of the Titanic (1. Historical background ; 2. Building the Titanic) --
Part two: The maiden voyage and loss of the Titanic (3. Introduction ; 4. Setting out (10-13 April) ; 5. The final day and the iceberg (14-15 April)) --
Part three: The aftermath of the tragedy (6. The immediate aftermath ; 7. Then inquiry ; 8. Life goes on).
Responsibility: by Nick Barratt.

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On the 15th April 1912 the largest, most expensive, most luxurious ship ever built sank beneath the icy waves of the northern Atlantic. Over one thousand five hundred people perished that night in what has become one of the most examined tragedies of our time. But never before has the story of the world's most infamous ship, been told in the words of those who designed her, built her and survived her. Here Nick Barratt tells the story of the Titanic from its original conception at the White Star Line through its construction at the Harland and Wolff's shipyards in Belfast.

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