Results 1-3 of 6
Jack saw that Mr. Ismay, the president of the White Star Line, which owned the
Titanic, had joined them. "As a matter of fact, the captain handed me a telegram
earlier," Mr. Ismay said. "We're near ice." He took a piece of paper out of his
It was Mr. Ismay. His face was pale, and his eyes stared ahead blankly as he
stumbled to the door. He looked like a broken old man. Jack remembered
watching Mr. Ismay climb into one of the Titanic's lifeboats while so many others
Shelley Tanaka. Mr. Ismay, owner of the White Star Line, confirmed the Titanic's
fate in this telegram fter the Titanic sank, everyone wanted to know what had. Fb.
W fyr0. j. s^:^. ttnimn. "The other wireless man on the Titanic. Best mate I ever ...
What people are saying - Write a review
ON BOARD THE TITANICUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In this work subtitled ``What It Was Like When the Great Liner Sank,'' the powerful, detailed, and realistic paintings by Marschall will enthrall readers and draw them into the mystery of the famous ... Read full review