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Discovery Of The Titanic (Exploring The Greatest Of All Lost Ships) Hardcover – February 1, 1988
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In September 1985 Ballard and a Franco-American expedition discovered the wreck of the Titanic . Ballard used a specially designed remote imaging system to locate and photograph the wreck and then returned the following year to further survey and photograph the site in a three-person submarine. This pictorial record of his expedition is filled with good quality color and black-and-white pictures. Wherever possible he compares the modern-day pictures to original ones of the Titanic . After briefly discussing other attempts to find the Titanic , he gives a solid account of the sinking, then details the events that led to the ship's discovery. Highly recommended for libraries with an interest in the Titanic. John Kenny, San Francisco Public Library
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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This documentation of Robert B. is very detailed and a bit sophisticated so you get a LOT more for the price you pay. It is NOT a book you put on the book shelf without looking at it again.
I highly recommend the book simply because after 1912, this was the only REAL Authentic record of what really happened Down there. You Guess it - he saw the ship first, before others did right after. Saying it as it was. Lying, waiting to be discovered and shake up Our world :).
A must read book for any genuine Titanic buff!
Dr. Ballatd discusses the ships construction. And ends his book with his discovery of the Wreck. Full of photos and footnotes. This is a fine book. For a True investigation into her sinking.
It doesnt read like a dull matter of Fact book. But comes off like Dr, Ballard is actually with you as you both explore the Wreck for the first time.
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