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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Social History
  • Language:English
  • Pages:160
  • eBook ISBN:9780957139015

Titanic: A Very Deceiving Night

by Tim Maltin

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Overview
The biggest question surrounding the Titanic tragedy has always been Why ? Following 25 years of research, Tim Maltin finally reveals the true cause of the disaster.
Description
Tim Maltin, Britain's foremost authority on RMS Titanic, can finally reveal precisely why Titanic struck the iceberg. Through vivid images, first person testimonies and forensic investigation Maltin also reveals why the nearby ship, the Californian, failed to come to her rescue, resulting in the death of 1500 passengers. Titanic: A Very Deceiving Night finally draws to a close the world's biggest maritime mystery.
About the author
Historian Tim Maltin is Britain's foremost authority on RMS Titanic. His first book "101 Things You Thought You Knew About The Titanic...But Didn't" is published by Penguin. Following 25 years of research this latest book is Maltin's magnum opus on the Titanic tragedy, which finally reveals why she hit an iceberg. "Titanic: A Very Deceiving Night" is now the subject of a landmark drama documentary which feature Maltin himself as he pieces together the forensic evidence, and broadcast on National Geographic and Smithsonian television channels.
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