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THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC Annotated 1912 Survivor Accounts

by | Read by Eric Medler

History • 4.5 hrs. • Unabridged • © 1997

Narrator Eric Medler seamlessly presents this inclusive look at the sinking of the TITANIC. The author includes Logan Marshall's first-person accounts, which were published soon after the tragedy, along with his own research and the latest TITANIC information. Medler skillfully recounts the story as witnessed by many people of all ages and classes--the wealthy and prominent, those in steerage, and various crew members. The vivid descriptions of the liner itself, the ocean and icebergs, as well as passengers and events on the ship, will chill listeners as they hear about survivors and those less fortunate. Medler's careful pace is ideal for facts, figures, theories, and government hearings, and he expresses the shifting emotions of the story just as well. Even TITANIC buffs will glean new information from this thrilling account. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2015]

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Digital Download • Bruce M. Caplan dba Seattle Miracle Inc. • 2015

DD ISBN $14.95

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