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Of all true-life tales, there are none more haunting than that of Titanic: the doomed ship of dreams which sank in frozen seas on her maiden voyage. Over 105 years since this ‘unsinkable’ ship sank, Titanic continues to make global headlines. Every year, new objects are found which bring forgotten stories to light. Now this book looks at those objects in detail to tell the whole story, from life on board to the discovery of her wreck. A powerful, original look at a world-famous shipwreck, brought alive by dramatic colour artwork, CGI images and photos.
- A compelling and distinctive new look at Titanic
- Examines found objects to tell the story of the ship
- Dazzling artwork including photos from the wreck
- Fascinating non-fiction with an archeological twist
August 2nd, 2018
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