Titanic Voices: Memories from the Fateful Voyage

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St. Martin's Press, 1994 - Transportation - 296 pages
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Titanic Voices relives the fateful events of April 15, 1912 through the firsthand accounts of those who were actually there.

Using many previously unpublished photographs, letters, and oral histories, the book traces how the town of Southampton, its people and the Titanic have been inextricably linked from even before the ship was built up to the present day.

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User Review  - Tim C - Goodreads

This is an excellent documentary history - a throughly engrossing and enlightening compendium of firsthand, contemporary accounts of the Titanic. The whole work is excellently arranged and comes ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sascha - Goodreads

Invaluable resource for someone interested in the disaster. It's teeming with first-hand accounts of every aspect of the ship's voyage, including transcripts of some of the British Investigation that ... Read full review

About the author (1994)

Hyslop is a member of the Southampton City Council.

Forsyth is a member of the Southampton City Council.

Jemima is a member of the Southampton City Council.

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