A night to remember

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Bantam Books, 1976 - Titanic (Steamship) - 232 pages
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A good writer mans a good research to story funnel. - Goodreads
This is an easy yet educational read. - Goodreads
rather interesting and with amazing illustrations - Goodreads
Great insight, so much information, facts and names. - Goodreads
It is a quick read and I enjoyed its pace and style. - Goodreads
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Review: A Night to Remember

User Review  - Brian Murray - Goodreads

This is a marvelous work of nonfiction in what has to be the definitive classic of the Titanic. Walter Lord has a perfect balance between authorial distance and empathetic immediacy, giving the ... Read full review

Review: A Night to Remember

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An absolutely riveting account of the tragedy that marked the end of the good old days. I was nearly overcome in reading the sections where couples parted as wives got into the lifeboats. This is a terrific book—don't miss it! Read full review

Contents

Preface to 1976 Edition
8
Foreword
28
Theres Talk of an Iceberg Maam
43
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