Titanic

Titanic

Jeff Glenn

16,03 €
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Editorial:
Jeff Glenn
Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9781778146237
16,03 €
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Disponible

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The Titanic was heralded as an unsinkable ship, yet as any good historian knows-this most certainly wasn’t the way things turned out. This book explores not only the sinking of the Titanic, but the lead-up to its construction, and its voyages, and covers all of the key players involved. Here you will find first-hand anecdotes of what it was like to evacuate the Titanic. You will hear harrowing tales of survival and grief. This text then goes on to examine how the aftermath of dealing with this loss was handled. Congressional hearings were held, and inquests were made, leading to direct changes as it pertains to international law.  You’ll learn:Who is the man responsible for the start of the passenger ocean liner boom?Why were the workers on the Titanic almost entirely Protestant?What was the name of the Titanic’s mascot cat?Who were some of the richest people in the world on board the Titanic and which of them survived?How did some of the passengers on the Titanic become heroes, while others proved to be zeroes?The Titanic examines the entire history and legacy of the ship, from its construction to its sinking. Along the way, life aboard the Titanic is analyzed through passengers’ accounts, as are the tales of survival and death that continue to resonate. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the Titanic like never before, in no time at all.

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