Heroes of the Titanic

On the night of 14th April 1912, the world’s largest ship struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. Well over two thousand people were aboard the opulent liner they called the “Ship of Dreams”. Ordinary men and women, girls and boys were heroes that night; staying calm, offering comfort to others and even sacrificing themselves. When the “unsinkable” ship plunged more than two miles to the bottom of the sea, their names became part of its legend. From the band who bravely played on in the first class lounge to the Titanic’s final moments, relive the last hours of the world’s greatest liner through heroic real-life stories from that fateful night.

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  • Heroes of the titanic is a superb book! So if you haven’t read it try to read it as it is amazing

    6 March 2014

  • A brilliantly written information book with lots of pictures. A fitting rememberence to all those who tragically died.

    5 March 2014

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    I only read this book after watching the movie to find out a little bit more Found this book quite interesting

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