The story of the Titanic is now well known. But in the months following the disaster wild speculation was rife. On Thursday 22 May 1912, a mere 37 days after the sinking, respected London publisher Grant Richards, delivered Filson Young's book to booksellers around the capital. It was the first attempt to plot the demise of the unsinkable ship from a well-respected writer who had already argued in the light of the Oceana sinking, for proper use of the wireless on board ships. Both Filson and Grant knew victims of the sinking and both worked hard to gather first-hand testimony to use in the book. Much of his telling of the story still stands today and his speculations about the feeling of daily life aboard the doomed ship are used in books and films on the subject.
Amberley Publishing Local
|Antall sider||160||Dimensjoner||12,4cm x 19,8cm x 1,3cm|
|Vekt||118 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000, Maritime history, Ships & boats: general interest|