Story of the Wreck of the Titanic
The Ocean's Greatest DisasterBook - 1998
April 14, 1912, just before midnight, the cold waters of the North Atlantic were pushed aside by the mighty bow of the new luxury liner SS Titanic. Suddenly, the passengers feel a slight jarring sensation. Within hours, the greatest ship ever conceived by man sinks into the deep with the loss of 1,595 of her 2,340 passengers.In this graphic and thrilling account of the demise of this behemoth of the seas--one of the first ever published as a book--the true story of the Titanic's demise and the tales of her survivors are told with a chilling immediacy that is breathtaking.
Publisher: Edison, NJ : Castle Books, 1998
Edition: 1912 memorial ed. --
Characteristics: iii, 316 p. : ill
Alternative Title: At head of title: "Nearer my God to thee"