British Press - Titanic Newspaper Book
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In honor of the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, this newspaper book recounts the events before and after that lead to one of the most notorious maritime disasters in history. Using scans of original British newspaper articles reported on by those who witnessed the events unfold, the book begins on April 11th 1912.
The opening headline reports on “the largest ship in the world” – Titanic, created by the chief naval architect, Thoams Andrews. Reports are uneasy on the voyage of Titanic as the boat almost collided with a steamer just a day after leaving the Southampton docks. This did not last in the headlines as news and coverage focuses on the Titanic's sheer speed, size and magnitude pulling in thousands of jovial supporters excited to hear any coverage.
The book offers unparalleled insight into the disaster on April 15th 1912. Interviews, features and exposes from relatives waiting to hear the fate of their loved ones is wretching. The inevitable trade enquiry is covered too, with rare and many unseen pictures, right up to a special tribute page in 2011.
Your Titanic Book Personalized
The book opens with a front page montage surrounding your own personalized label containing the recipient’s Name and a special Message. It can be further personalized by gold embossing the recipient’s name on the front cover, to make it the perfect gift for a Titanic enthusiast.
This individually bound hardback book is approximately tabloid size (12 ½ x 15 inches) and is presented in a stylish leatherette cover. Stories and articles included, are from British Press reports at the time, specifically the Daily Mirror Newspaper.