by Rev John A Fleming, MA CF
with additional notes by Simon Mills
Nearly 2000 tons heavier than her unfortunate sister Titanic and boasting a host of additional safety features installed after that tragedy four years earlier, Britannic completed only five voyages before succumbing to hostile action in the Aegean during the First World War. This book was written by a survivor of HMHS Britannic’s last voyage in 1917 and an insight of life on board and a unique viewpoint of the disaster. This reprint, with historical notes, was made from an extremely rare book and contains over forty selected archival illustrations.
44 pages. Softback.