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  • RMS Titanic : Las verdaderas razones de su hundimiento 2nd edition [RMS Titanic : The real reasons for its collapse]

    Authors

    J A Reyero

    Shelf Location

    15e

    Abstract

    Written in Spanish.

    Authors

    J A Reyero

    Date published

    2012

    Shelf Location

    15e

    ISBN number

    9788445732359

  • Titanic at Home international convention report 1997

    Authors

    Ulster Titanic Society

    Publisher

    Ulster Titanic Association

    Authors

    Ulster Titanic Society

    Date published

    1997

    Publisher

    Ulster Titanic Association

  • Why did Titanic break into two pieces?

    Authors

    D K Brown

    Date published

    1991

    Abstract

    The recently published findings of R.D. Ballard concerning the sinking failure of hull girders and break-up of the Titanic are critically examined.

    Authors

    D K Brown

    Date published

    1991

  • RMS Titanic: A Model Maker's Manual

    Authors

    Peter Davies-Garner

    Shelf Location

    37b

    Abstract

    RMS Titanic has had more written about her than any other ship, but surprisingly there is little information directed at the modelmaker. This superb book contains all the information needed to build a highly accurate model, down to the tiniest details of the hull s rivets. The work is based on the author s remarkable 18-foot model, built to 1/48 scale, and specially commissioned for a traveling exhibition in North America. The book contains a mass of practical information on how to construct every part of the great liner and is equally applicable to a small, static, bread-and-butter display model as to a large working version. Profusely illustrated with close-up photographs, detailed drawings, and a large collection of photographs of the prototype itself, the book also contains a complete set of plans considered to be the most accurate yet drawn. With this mix of practical information, rare photographs, and highly detailed drawings the book will appeal to all Titanic enthusiasts as well as to ship modelers.

    Authors

    Peter Davies-Garner

    Publisher

    Seaforth Publishing; Barnsley; 2005

    ISBN number

    9781848320840

    Shelf Location

    37b

    Date published

    2005

  • Archeological perspective on the Titanic 2000 expedition

    Authors

    J J Sinclair

    Date published

    2001

    Abstract

    This is a preliminary report describing the purpose of the Titanic 2000 expedition and where artifacts are to go after retrieval. The research vessel Akademik Keldysh is described. Archeological mapping of the salvage site is also discussed.

    Authors

    J J Sinclair

    Date published

    2001

  • The Deathless Story of the Titanic

    Authors

    Sir Philip Gibbs

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Authors

    Sir Philip Gibbs

    Publisher

    London : Lloyd's of London, 1985

    Catalogue number

    363.123091631

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Date published

    1985

  • The sinking of the SS Titanic investigated by modern techniques

    Authors

    C Hackett ; J G Bedford

    Publisher

    IMarE (Northern Ireland)

    Authors

    C Hackett ; J G Bedford

    Date published

    1996

    Publisher

    IMarE (Northern Ireland)

  • The Story of the Titanic as Told by its Survivors

    Authors

    J Winocour

    Publisher

    Dover

    Authors

    J Winocour

    Date published

    1960

    Publisher

    Dover

  • Tyne to Titanic: The Story of the Rescue Ship Carpathia

    Authors

    Ken Smith

    Shelf Location

    15a

    Authors

    Ken Smith

    Publisher

    Newcastle Libraries and Information Service

    Catalogue number

    363.123091631

    Shelf Location

    15a

    Date published

    1998

    ISBN number

    1857950240

  • Marine Accident Investigation Branch - MAIB RMS Titanic - Reappraisal of Evidence Relating to SS Californian

    Authors

    MAIB

    Publisher

    Department of Transport (DOT)

    Abstract

    Results of the new investigation into the Californian affair

    Authors

    MAIB

    Date published

    1992

    Publisher

    Department of Transport (DOT)

  • Titanic: Triumph and Tragedy

    Authors

    John P. Eaton ; Charles A. Haas; foreword by John Maxtone-Graham

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Authors

    John P. Eaton ; Charles A. Haas; foreword by John Maxtone-Graham

    Publisher

    Wellingborough, [U.K.] : Patrick Stephens, c1986.

    Catalogue number

    363.1/23/091631

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Date published

    1986

  • Ocean Liners of the Past - The White Star Liners Olympic and Titanic

    Authors

    SWS

    Shelf Location

    17a

    Authors

    SWS

    Publisher

    Patrick Stephens Ltd

    Catalogue number

    347.792:WHIT

    Shelf Location

    17a

    Date published

    1970

  • RMS Titanic : Las verdaderas razones de su hundimiento 2nd edition [RMS Titanic : The real reasons for its collapse]

    Authors

    J A Reyero

    Shelf Location

    15e

    Abstract

    Written in Spanish.

    Authors

    J A Reyero

    Date published

    2013

    Shelf Location

    15e

    ISBN number

    9788445733080

  • Titanic ships, Titanic disasters: An Analysis of Early White Star and Cunard Superliners

    Authors

    William H. Garzke, Jr. ; John B. Woodward

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Authors

    William H. Garzke, Jr. ; John B. Woodward

    Publisher

    Jersey City, New Jersey : The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 2002.

    ISBN number

    93977335

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Date published

    2002

  • The Discovery of the Titanic

    Authors

    Robert D. Ballard with Rick Archbold; introduction by Walter Lord; illustrations of the Titanic by Ken Marschall

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Authors

    Robert D. Ballard with Rick Archbold; introduction by Walter Lord; illustrations of the Titanic by Ken Marschall

    Publisher

    London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1989.

    Catalogue number

    910.45

    Shelf Location

    30d

    Date published

    1987

  • Comparative naval architecture of passenger ships

    Authors

    Philip Sims

    Date published

    2003

    Abstract

    This paper uses a Comparative Naval Architecture approach to discuss in four sections the unusual features of the Titanic the post-Titanic ships of the 1920s and 30s modern passenger ships and risk of unanticipated levels of damage to future ships. This paper starts by comparing the Titanic to ships before and after her. The ship features that seem frivolous (a huge fake fourth stack) or bad engineering practice (shallow watertight bulkheading forward) are explained. The operational background for owner/operators to make decisions like providing an inadequate number of lifeboat seats and proceeding full speed through a scattered ice field are described. The post-SOLAS 1929 ships are compared to Titanic and modern ships. In the larger framework the paper describes the continuing evolution of passenger ships the sources of danger to them and if there still is the possibility of "iceberg-like" surprises for modern ships.

    Authors

    Philip Sims

    Date published

    2003

  • Titanic Souvenir Collection

    Authors

    Collective

    Publisher

    Unknown

    Authors

    Collective

    Date published

    1911

    Publisher

    Unknown

  • Disasters at Sea - From the Titanic to Exxon Valdez

    Authors

    R A Cahill

    Publisher

    Century

    Authors

    R A Cahill

    Date published

    1990

    Publisher

    Century

  • Saved!: The True Story of the Andrea Doria: The Worst Sea Disaster Since the Titanic

    Authors

    William Hoffer

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Authors

    William Hoffer

    Publisher

    London : Macmillan, 1980

    ISBN number

    55313938

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Catalogue number

    910.091634

  • Olympic Titanic Britannic

    Authors

    David Dore ; P R Frost

    Publisher

    SPA Films

    Authors

    David Dore ; P R Frost

    Date published

    1985

    Publisher

    SPA Films