The tragedy of the Titanic cast a shadow on Eva Hart's life, which took years to confront. This book is her attempt to look beyond the shadow of the Titanic.
Author: Eva Hart
Publisher: New York University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Eva Hart was seven years old when she boarded the Titanic on its maiden voyage. She was going to emigrate to Canada with her parents. Her mother had a strong premonition that the trip would end in disaster--as indeed it did. Eva Hart's father died in the ocean catastrophe that killed over 1,500 people.This heart-wrenching biography tells the story of the Titanic through the eyes of a child. The book also covers the aftermath of the disaster, recounting the difficulties the Harts faced in rebuilding their lives in England. The tragedy of the Titanic cast a shadow on Eva Hart's life, which took years to confront. This book is her attempt to look beyond the shadow of the Titanic.
A 100th anniversary tribute offers insight into how the tragedy affected its survivors, drawing on archival research and interviews with family members to explore how some propelled themselves to fame while others were devastated by ...
Author: Andrew Wilson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A 100th anniversary tribute offers insight into how the tragedy affected its survivors, drawing on archival research and interviews with family members to explore how some propelled themselves to fame while others were devastated by survivor guilt. By the Edgar Allan Poe Award-wining author of Beautiful Shadow. 60,000 first printing.
It was in this conflict that the Titanic's horrendous death toll would be surpassed,
while in the Second World War that followed only twenty years later, the margin
by which it was to be exceeded would grow alarmingly. While it is not the
Author: David L Williams
Publisher: The History Press
While the near 1,500 victims of Titanic accounted for a huge loss of life, each of the ships here had a greater number of casualties, in some cases more than five times as many. In total, these 27 merchant ship sinkings resulted in a staggering loss of life at sea – more than 96,000 in total, 3,840 per ship. While the circumstances were different to Titanic, the outcome in each case was no less tragic. Yet, despite the fact that Titanic ranks behind so many other losses, so powerful has her name become that it was the inevitable choice to describe some of these other events, ‘Germany’s Titanic’ and ‘The Titanic of Japan’ being two examples. Ships include the Lancastria, Britain’s worst maritime disaster with 3,000 lost; the Ryusei Maru, a Japanese ‘Hellship’ loaded with 6,000 Allied POWs, torpedoed by a US submarine; and the Wilhelm Gustloff, a German liner packed with 7,800 civilians, sunk by a Russian submarine. There were no survivors and this tragedy was the worst maritime disaster of all time.
Far in far Colorado ' s cañoned gloom , Girt by the shadow of Titanic trees , Swept
by the swift and eagle - haunted breeze , There stands a desolate and forgotten
tomb . No hunter knows the dead one ' s name or doom ; No soul to garland it ...
Author: Francis Saltus Saltus
Category: American poetry
It is a matter of fascination and interest that one of the greatest symbols of the
West ' s sense of its own grandeur in the pre - World War 1 era , the Titanic ,
should be resurrected in our time . The Institute for Psychohistory — based in
New York ...
Author: Lester Venter
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Category: South Africa
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A compilation of current biographical information of general interest.
Category: Naval art and science
“Somewhere in the shadow of the appalling Titanic disaster slinks – still living by
the inexplicable grace of God – a cur in human shape, today the most despicable
human being in the world.” Thus Logan Marshall, in his 1912 book The Sinking ...
Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
A century after the most famous shipwreck in history, The Rough Guide to the Titanic tells the full compelling story of the supposedly unsinkable liner. A comprehensive history, it covers all the Titanic's final hours, from striking the iceberg to disappearing beneath the freezing Atlantic waters. Discover the epic human drama at the heart of the tragedy, with a rich cast of characters including the heroes, villains and victims aboard the Titanic, and the adventurers who re-discovered it in 1985. Plus, there are maps, diagrams and images to illustrate the saga at every turn. The focus also stretches backwards the people who built the Titanic - with their faith in progress and technology - and forwards to explore the controversies and conspiracy theories that have raged ever since its sinking. The Rough Guide to the Titanic also looks at quite why everybody appears to be so fascinated by the Titanic, and the books, music and movies that have kept its memory alive ever since - from the stiff upper lips of 1958's A Night To Remember to the tear jerking romance of James Cameron's Titanic. Now available in ePub format.
Grand Trunk proprietors assembled under the shadow of the “ Titanic " disaster ,
which there is only too much ground to fear has involved the loss of their able
and energetic Canadian administrator . An exceptionally interesting statement by
They dont provide boats for men and women . stick have to become a
conflagration before you If the Titanic had been full its lifeboat capacity know it
has ... There is lf you dont like the Titanic you dont like profit . a shadow falling
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Category: Social problems
If you want to know about the Irish passengers and crew of the Titanic, this is the only book to have.
Author: Senan Molony
Publisher: Mercier PressLtd
Thus book gives a voice to the Irish travelling on the 'unsinkable' liner, through a comprehensive account featuring letters, interviews, newspaper reports, family memories, White Star Line records, and more.
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Society , 1991 ) Hart , Eva , MBE JP Shadow of Titanic ( Greenwich University
Author: Judith B. Geller
Category: Shipwreck survival
A commemoration of the women and children involved in the tragedy of the sinking of the Titanic. The book is concerned with how they were a microcosm of society at the turn of the century when survival in life, as on this doomed ship, depended much too often on social class. Each passenger section - first, second and third class - is introduced with a brief overview on the conventions of post-Edwardian society. Included are personal interviews with survivors and their relatives; the passengers' own voices as recorded in diaries, letters and newspapers; biographies of the women and children, and male passengers or crew with whom they had contact; photographs of artefacts, where possible linked to their owners; period postcards, advertisements and photographs, together with Titanic sales brochures, tickets and baggage checks. There is also a passenger list, a chart of women and children who were saved or perished, and Titanic-related addresses.
Target Number One was situated in the thalweg ( main navigable channel ) of
Titanic Canyon and represented by a distinct acoustic shadow . The shadow
indicated a feature with a height in excess of eighty feet and a length of nine
Author: William Hoffman
Category: Technology & Engineering
Details the 1981 search for the great ship that sank in 1912, with extensive photographs that document the expedition's discoveries
Titanic's Last Secrets is the never-before-told story of the Ship of Dreams, a contemporary adventure that solves a historical mystery.
Author: Brad Matsen
Publisher: Hachette UK
After rewriting history with their discovery of a Nazi U-boat off the coast of New Jersey, legendary divers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler decided to investigate the great enduring mystery of history's most notorious shipwreck: Why did Titanic sink as quickly as it did? To answer the question, Chatterton and Kohler assemble a team of experts to explore Titanic, study its engineering, and dive to the wreck of its sister ship, Brittanic, where Titanic's last secrets may be revealed. Titanic's Last Secrets is a rollercoaster ride through the shipbuilding history, the transatlantic luxury liner business, and shipwreck forensics. Chatterton and Kohler weave their way through a labyrinth of clues to discover that Titanic was not the strong, heroic ship the world thought she was and that the men who built her covered up her flaws when disaster struck. If Titanic had remained afloat for just two hours longer than she did, more than two thousand people would have lived instead of died, and the myth of the great ship would be one of rescue instead of tragedy. Titanic's Last Secrets is the never-before-told story of the Ship of Dreams, a contemporary adventure that solves a historical mystery.
An iceberg reflects the light that is thrown on it , and if you throw the light on an
iceberg it turns it to white , and if you throw it on the sea it turns it to white .
Senator BOURNE . But would you not get the contrast with the shadow outside ?
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
Category: Titanic (Steamship)
However, amidst all of this storytelling, a shadow lurks, a secret Dorothy is too traumatized to acknowledge -- a secret about her own actions on that fatal night, which may have had deadly consequences.
Author: Sarah Ellis
Publisher: Scholastic Canada
In the aftermath of the Titanic disaster, a young girl must come to terms with haunting memories from the voyage. It is May 1912, one month after the horrific sinking of the Titanic, and twelve-year-old survivor Dorothy Wilton is sent home from school in disgrace when she strikes another student. Although she's expelled, her sympathetic teacher encourages Dorothy to write an account of her experience on the ship, with the hopes that it will help Dorothy come to terms with her trauma. And so begins a truly remarkable story, which reads like a time capsule of the era: Dorothy writes about visiting her bohemian grandparents in England before setting sail back home, the luxurious rooms and cabins on board, a new friend she makes, and the intriguing people they observe. However, amidst all of this storytelling, a shadow lurks, a secret Dorothy is too traumatized to acknowledge - a secret about her own actions on that fatal night, which may have had deadly consequences. Through young Dorothy's eyes, award-winning writer Sarah Ellis expertly takes a unique perspective on the Titanic tragedy, exploring the concept of survivor's guilt with devastating honesty.
THE SINKING VESSEL Richard Norris Williams , Jr . , one of the survivors of the
Titanic , saw his father killed by being crushed by one of ... THE COWARD
Somewhere in the shadow of the appalling Titanic “ WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Author: Logan Marshall
Publisher: Hara Publishing Group
The Titanic was on fire before it hit the iceberg! Shortly after the Titanic sank on the morning of April 15, 1912, author Logan Marshall compiled a history of the tragic event. His narrative reads like a novel, yet every word is true. Bruce Caplan took the original work and edited and abridged the book to include new information and today is a much sought-after public speaker and considered a premier Titanic expert. Myth: the ship was safest when it left port. Reality: the ship was on fire from the time it left Southampton. Not a tiny blaze, but a roaring inferno that probably contributed to the disaster. Myth: All the men patiently stood by and let the women and children enter the few lifeboats. Reality: Men were shot on deck as they attempted to board the lifeboats and save their own lives.
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Author: Elizabeth Eisner Reding
Publisher: Course Technology Ptr
"Drawing on material from the White Star line archives, the extensive holdings of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, and a variety of historical sources, Alan Scarth unearths the back story of key characters and institutions.
Author: Alan Scarth
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
If you had been behind the Titanic on that fateful night in 1912, the last word that flashed before your eyes as the great ship was lost to the sea would have been ‘Liverpool’. The ship’s loss, a national and international tragedy, was also a tragedy for its home port and this fascinating book explores the history and myths surrounding the sinking, highlighting for the first time new and extraordinary stories that link Europe’s pre-eminent port and its most famous maritime loss. Using material from the White Star line archives, the extensive holdings of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, new illustrations and a variety of historical sources, Scarth unearths the full back story of key characters and companies: many of her key officers and crew were either from Liverpool or had strong links with the port, the ship’s owners were based in the City, many of the most colourful tales emerging from the disaster relate to Liverpool people and here, where appropriate, we find out what happened to them after the sinking. Titanic and Liverpool will be compulsory reading for anyone interested in the Titanic and also for anyone hoping to understand Liverpool’s role as the great processing port of Europe and gateway to the US and Canada.
Category: Guardian (Manchester, England)