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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No ship has continued to capture the public's imagination like the White Star Liner R.M.S. Titanic. The events that unfolded on Sunday, April 14, 1912 have been told in many books, including such ... 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.

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