Cover of: The Truth about the Titanic | Archibald Gracie

Contributors

  • Copyright
    Mitchell Kennerley
  • Printer
    Press of J. J. Little & Ives Company, East Twenty-fourth Street, New York
  • Afterword
    Charles Vale

The Truth about the Titanic

Published by Mitchell Kennerley in New York .
Written in English.

About the Book

In April 1912 the Titanic sank, taking 1500 people to their deaths in the freezing Atlantic. One survivor, the author Archibald Gracie, was one of the last to leave the doomed ship, aboard the last lifeboat to leave the stricken vessel. Telling the story of the ship's final days, his is one of the most detailed accounts of the events of the evening. He was meticulous in his commentary of the sinking and his book, completed just before he died in 1913, is the definitive record of the doomed liner's last few hours.

Edition Notes

"Concluding note," by Charles Vale.

Copyright Date
1913

Classifications

Library of Congress
G530.T6 G7, Microfilm 33811 G, G530.T6 G73 1913
LCCN Permalink
http://lccn.loc.gov/13009455

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
330 p., [16] leaves of plates : front., ill., plates, ports. ; 19 cm.
Number of pages
370

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24832940M
Internet Archive
truthabouttitani00grac
LC Control Number
13009455
OCLC/WorldCat
613966883, 602752706, 470230577, 27097264, 2271981, 718483455
Hathi Trust
001285885
Harvard University Library
011790246
British Library
001480590
Canadian National Library Archive
4882549
Library Thing
9536401
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