A Journey Through Time
by John P. Eaton and Charles A. Haas
A unique chronology, Titanic – A Journey Through Time tells the captivating full story, moment by moment, from the birth of the key players to the latest expeditions, recovery and exhibition of artefacts.
There is a feast of information and illustrations as well as the latest scientific information from the wreck site and a fascinating exploration of the effect this ill-fated vessel has had on popular culture and the media since its sinking.
Fully updated from its original publication in 1999 with recent developments in Titanic’s ongoing story, this superlative book is the result of many years of painstaking historical research on three continents and is an essential reference work for all those who have found the continuing saga of Titanic irresistible.
This is a totally different approach to the subject and it works.
Everything is listed in diary form, from the ship itself to the lives of the crew and passengers and the subsequent efforts to find the wreck.
It is very well written with excellent photos and graphics and I would very highly recommend it to our readers.
The History Press
Hardback: 251mm x 251mm, 278pp illustrated