by A. Forsyth, D. Hyslop and S. Jemima.
In the early hours of 15 April 1912, RMS Titanic, the newest ship in the White Star fleet sank with a great loss of life after striking an iceberg on her first voyage from Southampton to New York. For a ship that many believed unsinkable, the impossible happened shaking the core of the rich and powerful in Britain and the United States complacent in their belief that nature herself had been tamed. This association combined with the ship’s supposed indestructability and huge loss of life insures Titanic will continue to fascinate and intrigue people the world over. Using many previously unpublished photographs, letters and oral histories, Titanic Voices is a recreation of the great ship, reliving the events through first-hand accounts of those who were actually there. Large format 8.5 X 11.5 illustrated with a wealth of rare archival images in black and white and color. Hardcover 296 pages.