How the Titanic sank
This bold study into the importance of the Titanic, gives a unique look into the wider influence of shipping the stability Britain relied upon so heavily, and the fascinating role the Titanic played. The Unsinkable Titanic: The Triumph Behind a Disaster is the first book to truly explore the history behind the need, rise and provenance of Titanic and how the industry’s ceaseless developments also led to her demise.
The 17 chapters of The Unsinkable Titanic: The Triumph Behind a Disaster guide the reader through the complete career and lore of Titanic, unraveling a powerful history of a ship like no other.
The Unsinkable Titanic: The Triumph Behind a Disaster turns on its head on the popular consensus condemning Titanic as unsafe; her management and crew inept, and her regulators complacent, but also determines the decisions which led to her loss were not as unjustifiable hindsight suggests.
Redressing history’s inaccuracies The Unsinkable Titanic: The Triumph Behind A Disaster unravels the Edwardian mindset behind Titanic and restores her as the crowning achievement in maritime development, in this, the first study to truly offer the reader the intelligent, crystallised point of view enthusiasts have dedicated years researching.