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There are numerous Titanic web sites and I do not intend to reiterate the same information. What I do intend to bring to the Titanic enthusiast is information that I find missing from the other sites or information that is not easily obtainable by the general public.

I have an item of interest which is not readily available and intend to share it with you via this web site. It is an original copy of a book about the Titanic disaster as told by the survivors at the time and published within a few months of the disaster in 1912.

. .the book is scanned and is the actual book itself. I have broken the book into the chapters for ease of reading and downloading.

On Sunday evening April 14,1912 at 11:40 p.m. the Royal Mail Ship (or Royal Mail Steamer) RMS. Titanic came in contact with an iceberg which eventually caused the ship to sink around
2:20 am on Monday, April 15,1912.

And Now...

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1912, By
The Office of The Librarian of Congress, At Washington, D. C., U. S. A.

. .Preface
. .Introduction
. .Hymn For Survivors Of The Titanic
. .Contents (interesting layout)
. .Great Marine Disasters From 1866 To 1911
. .Hundreds Weep At Memorial Services Held For Archie Butt
. .RMS Titanic in relation to structures of the period (Pictures from the book)
. .In Memoriam Of The Steamship Titanic's Dead (Pictures from the book)
. .MAP of Liners Location
. .Other drawings
. .List of Passengers Missing
. .List of Passengers Rescued
. .Chapter I: From A Day Of Delight To Death
. .Chapter II: Heart-Rending Scenes On Carpathia
. .Chapter III: Band Played To The Last
. .Chapter IV: Neglect Caused Disaster
. .Chapter V: Believed Ship Unsinkable
. .Chapter VI: How Survivors Escaped
. .Chapter VII: Woman's Thrilling Narrative
. .Chapter VIII: Survivors' Stirring Stories
. .Chapter IX: How Astor Went To Death
. .Chapter X: Notable Woman Saved
. .Chapter XI: Major Butt, Martyr To Duty
. .Chapter XII: Mrs. Astor's Bravery
. .Chapter XIII: Lifeboats Bunglingly Handled
. .Chapter XIV: Not Like Bourgogne Disaster
. .Chapter XV: Boy's Desperate Fight For Life
. .Chapter XVI: Carpathia To The Rescue
. .Chapter XVII: Refused To Leave Husband
. .Chapter XVIII: Lady Duff-Gordon's Experiences
. .Chapter XIX: Senators Hear Startling Stories
. .Chapter XX: Surviving Operator's Experiences
. .Chapter XXI: The Funeral Ship And It's Dead
. .Chapter XXII: Inquiry By United States Senate
. .Senate Investigating Committee's Report: Report Censures Captain of Californian

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