Other Side of the Night

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Casemate Publishers, May 1, 2009 - Transportation - 256 pages
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Captain Arthur Rostron and Captain Stanley Lord, were informed within minutes of each other that their vessels had picked up the distress signals of a sinking ship. Their actions in the hours and days that followed would become the stuff of legend, as one would choose to answer the call for help, while the other would decide the risk too great.
  

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Review: The Other Side of the Night: The Carpathia, the Californian and the Night the Titanic Was Lost

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

My favorite part of this book was the beginning where Butler shines in relating his maritime history expertise. I wish he had a full maritime history book to read because I'm looking to do some ... Read full review

Review: The Other Side of the Night: The Carpathia, the Californian and the Night the Titanic Was Lost

User Review  - Mary Schneider - Goodreads

Really good read on the other ships on the scene when the Titanic went down. Reveals the heights and depths of human behavior. Read full review

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Daniel Allen Butler, a maritime and military historian, is the bestselling author of "Unsinkable": The Full Story of RMS Titanic, Distant Victory: The Battle of Jutland and the Allied Triumph in the First World War, and The First Jihad: The Battle for Khartoum and the Dawn of Militant Islam. He is an internationally recognized authority on maritime subjects and a popular guest-speaker for several cruise lines. Butler lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

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