Sinking Of The Titanic And Great Sea Disasters
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Travel - 216 pages
SIXTEEN boats were in the procession which entered on the terrible hours of rowing, drifting and suspense. Women wept for lost husbands and sons, sailors sobbed for the ship which had been their pride. Men choked back tears and sought to comfort the widowed. Perhaps, they said, other boats might have put off in another direction. They strove, though none too sure themselves, to convince the women of the certainty that a rescue ship would appear.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - the4otts - LibraryThing
Great reproduction of the first-hand account of the doomed ship & passengers. Some of the story was a little tough to follow - a list of persons would he immensely helpful Read full review