Titanic: An Illustrated History

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Hyperion, Oct 1, 1995 - Shipwrecks - 224 pages
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A popular gift volume featuring dozens of meticulously accurate, full-color paintings--including a fold-out illustration of the whole Titanic--offers a wealth of information about the "unsinkable" cruise ship and its fatal voyage. Reprint.

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The Illustrations are great. - Goodreads
It has full accounts and amazing pictures. - Goodreads
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its beautiful

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3.5 Stars. Good, but a bit on the boring side. Read full review

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Donald Lynch is curator of the world's largest collection of physics demonstrations at the University of Maryland and serves as general manager of the Historical Association of Riverdale Park. Tom Alderson is a novelist and editor, as well as a bluegrass and old-time musician. Melissa Avery is a regional musicologist, local historian, and president of the Historical Association of Riverdale Park.

Elizabeth Emily Hicks and William Raymond Hicks are a husband and wife team who met through a transformational workshop environment called LifeSpring. During much personal growth together, Elizabeth, a.k.a. Elise, and William were both inspired to write Wings: The Journey Home. Elise and William are both students of history, psychology, self-empowerment, metaphysics, and quantum physics. Their intention is to teach what they have learned in an inspiring yet entertaining way. 'Wings' is their first published book, but they have published other books, including a book of poems, as well as several short stories and non-fiction books.

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