Titanic: Destination Disaster : The Legends and the Reality
Ninety years after the most famous sinking of all time, two of the world's foremost authorities on the Titanic present this popular account of the sea's best-known disaster.
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Chapter Two Lights that Pass in the Night
Chapter Three A Burst of Cheering
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14 April aboard Titanic American arrival Astor Ballard began Belfast berg Board of Trade boat deck boilers Boxhall bridge British Bruce Ismay cabin Californian Captain Lord Captain Smith Carpathia Cherbourg collision command company's Cottam crew Cunard deck's departed departure Dervla Murphy disaster distress rockets dive expedition feet forward fourth officer Boxhall funnels G deck Halifax Harland and Wolff Harold Bride hull iceberg John Joseph Bruce knots later lifeboat lifeboat number light liner Lord Mersey lowered Mackay-Bennett maiden voyage Marconi miles minutes mother navigation night noon ocean Olympic ordered passed pier port side position propellers Queenstown sailing second class passengers second officer Lightoller ship ship's signals sinking smoking room Southampton speed Stanley Lord Star's starboard side steam stern stewards survivors tenders third class passengers Titanic's tugs vessel watch White Star Line wireless operator wreck yard York