Titanic: The Real Story of The Construction of The World's Most Famous Ship

Titanic: The Real Story of The Construction of The World's Most Famous Ship  by Anton Gill
Authors
Anton Gill
ISBN
9781905026746
Published
Released
02 / 04 / 2012
Binding
Paperback
Pages
304
Dimensions
127 x 198 x 20mm

When Titanic set sail in 1912, she was the largest, most luxurious and most technologically advanced man-made moving object in the world. Built by the great industrial communities that made Britain the pre-eminent superpower

of the age, the famous ocean liner signalled the high-water mark of our nation's manufacturing industry. A must-read for any Titanic enthusiast, this fascinating book tells the untold stories of the men and women who made the 'ship of dreams' a reality:

the fearless riveters who risked deafness from hammering millions of rivets that held together the fortress-like steel hull
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When Titanic set sail in 1912, she was the largest, most luxurious and most technologically advanced man-made moving object in the world. Built by the great industrial communities that made Britain the pre-eminent superpower
of the age, the famous ocean liner signalled the high-water mark of our nation's manufacturing industry. A must-read for any Titanic enthusiast, this fascinating book tells the untold stories of the men and women who made the 'ship of dreams' a reality:

the fearless riveters who risked deafness from hammering millions of rivets that held together the fortress-like steel hull
the engineers charged with the Herculean task of fitting engines to power the massive ship across the Atlantic at a speed of 23 knots
the electricians who installed state-of-the-art communications systems and enormous steam-driven generators, each capable of powering the equivalent of 400 modern homes
the highly skilled carpenters, cabinet-makers and artists who laboured over every last detail of the opulent staterooms.

Titanic, of course, was destined to sink on her maiden voyage, but the achievement of the thousands of people who built and fitted out this astonishing ship lives on.
ISBN:
9781905026746
Publication Date:
02 / 04 / 2012
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
127 x 198 x 20mm

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