Titanic Remembered by Beau Riffenburgh
1912 - 2012

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...he is not nearly harsh enough on the financiers and regulators who let the ship go to sea with only 16 lifeboats when it needed a minimum of 64.
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A century after it sank beneath the icy waves in the worst maritime disaster in seafaring history, the Titanic returns! The inclusion of some 40 facsimile items--blueprints and construction plans, telegrams from that fateful night, even a US Navy ice warning--makes this centennial edition a veritable treasure trove of historical memorabilia and hands-on historical detail. The included DVD offers firsthand accounts from survivors, rare film footage, original blueprints, safety reports, and more.  
 

About Beau Riffenburgh

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Beau Riffenburgh has served as head of the Polar History Group at the Scott Polar Research Institute.  
 
Published November 1, 2011 by Andre Deutsch. 132 pages
Genres: History, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Christopher Bray on Apr 07 2012

...he is not nearly harsh enough on the financiers and regulators who let the ship go to sea with only 16 lifeboats when it needed a minimum of 64.

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