Shipwrecks: An Encyclopedia of the World's Worst Disasters at Sea

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Checkmark Books, Oct 1, 1999 - Transportation - 304 pages
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From cowardly captains and deadly icebergs to mutinies and nuclear submarine wrecks, this work chronicles the world's most amazing maritime disasters. Wrecks like those of the Titanic and Lusitana are the stuff of legends, but what about the others throughout history?

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In this large volume Ritchie (UFO: The Definitive Guide to Unidentified Flying Objects and Related Phenomena, LJ 1/95) lists several hundred shipwrecks alphabetically by ship name; vessels named ... Read full review

About the author (1999)

David Ritchie is a journalist & the author of eight books, including "The Ring of Fire", "Spacewar", & the original edition of "Encyclopedia of Earthquakes & Volcanoes".

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