When the "Titanic" sank in 1912, an unbelieving world thought that only a one-in-a-million chance could have doomed the "unsinkable" liner. It soon became clear that a litany of laxity had contributed to the disaster and not freak meteorological conditions and bad luck. This new edition of the late Geoffrey Marcus's 1969 work meticulously dissects and analyses the disaster and the personnel involved to conclude that the disaster was avoidable and that hundreds of people might have survived that night in the North Atlantic.
- Publication Date
- Mar 21, 2021
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Geoffrey Marcus, Introduction by: Terrence Caroll
- Interior Color
- Black & White
- A5 (5.83 x 8.27 in / 148 x 210 mm)