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Dk Pub, Sep 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 59 pages
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The story of Titanic's tragic maiden voyage still tugs at the heartstrings and sparks universal curiosity--Eyewitness Titanic discovers the story behind the story. From a Belfast shipyard to the ship's death in the icy Atlantic, the story comes alive through 30D renderings, photographs, and deck plans. Eyewitness Titanic is a compelling narrative of courage and cowardice, sacrifice and survival. See the wreck on the ocean floor, the Titanic's gigantic propeller, and the ship's luxurious interior. Learn how the survivors were rescued from the icy waters and how the shipwreck was located. Discover what caused the "unsinkable" Titanic to sink, the preservation techniques of underwater archeology, and much, much more.

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User Review  - Amber Hurlbert - Goodreads

This book was originally written much long ago, but the edition that I read was written in 2014. I chose to read this because I have been interested in the story of the Titanic since I went to a ... Read full review

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This was my third or fourth book on the subject. Being the shortest of them all and aimed for a lot younger audience, I find it telling that it was also the most informative. It features some ... Read full review

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Simon Adams edited childrenas reference books and other nonfiction books before turning to full-time writing. He is the author of more than 50 books for children on a wide variety of subjects, including history and jazz. He lives in London.

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