Titanic: Women and Children First

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1998 - Počet stran: 224
Presented here are personal interviews with survivors and their relatives, and biographies of the women and children as well as the male passengers and crew with whom they had contact. The passengers' own voices are recorded in diaries, letters, and newspaper stories. Each passenger section (first class, second class, and third class) is introduced with a brief overview on the conventions of society at the turn of the twentieth century, when survival in life, as on this doomed ship, depended too often on social class.

Also assembled here are fascinating color photographs of recently recovered artifacts, linked to their owners wherever possible, as well as period postcards, advertisements, and pictures. This book contains the most up-to-date passenger list yet published; a chart of the women and children who perished or were saved presented by class; and a comprehensive index which make this not just a moving chronicle of a uniquely painful event but also an invaluable resource.

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I dug this book out of my collection. Gives a list of what happened to a lot of the women and children on the Titanic. Přečíst celou recenzi


Foreword by John P Eaton
Lucy Lady Duff Gordon
Ida Hippach and her daughter Jean
Margaret Molly Tobin Brown
Lily May Futrelle
Hélène Baxter her daughter Mary
Juliette Laroche and her daughters
Edwina Troutt 103 Margaret Devaney
Mary Davis 109 Georgette Dean and her children
Esther Hart and her daughter Eva 121 Jamilia and Elias Nicola Yarred
Elizabeth Ramell Nye 127 families Andersson Danbom
SAVE OUR SOULS 1 Survival Rate by Class
Rosa Rhoda Abbott and her sons
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O autorovi (1998)

Judith B. Geller is married to the recently retired president of RMS Titanic Inc., the public company with salvage rights to the wreck. She was director of merchandising for the RMS Titanic's hugely successful Titanic exhibition. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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