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lost liner

Cromie, Robert

lost liner

by Cromie, Robert

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Published by Newnes, Aickin & Co. in London, Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Robert Cromie.
The Physical Object
Pagination211p. ;
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19947322M

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Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after ma. The SS Île de France was a French ocean liner that was built in Saint-Nazaire, France, for the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (or CGT, also known as the "French Line"). The ship was named after the region around Paris known as "L'Ile de France", launched in and commenced her maiden voyage on J


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Lost Liners: From the Titanic to the Andrea Doria the Ocean Floor Reveals Its Greatest Lost Ships Paperback – Illustrated, October 7, by Robert D.

Ballard (Author) out of 5 /5(12). The book is a beautiful overview of ocean liner history, giving snapshots of individual liners and their stories through almost years of history.

The main focus of the book, however, is on early to mid twentieth century ocean travel/5(33). Lost Liners: The Book By Robert D.

Ballard and Rick Archbold. Paintings by Ken Marschall In this large and lavish volume, Dr. Robert Ballard takes the reader on a guided tour from the beginnings of. Riding the wave of ocean liner nostalgia, Lost Liners presents the most comprehensive and spectacular volume ever--a guided tour encompassing the beginnings, heyday, and eventual decline of the great Atlantic express liners.

Ken Marschall's lavish paintings depict the ships in their shining prime as well as in their lost liner book poignant underwater repose/5(9). Lost Liners book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1).

The dean of ocean liner historians uncovers fascinating and unknown aspects of this epic disaster. This is a book unlike any other. Rather than offering simply a detailed retelling of the Titanic sinking on her maiden voyage, John Maxtone-Graham devotes his considerable knowledge and impeccable prose to a discussion of salient, provocative, and rarely investigated components of the /5(27).

LOST LINERS by Robert D. Ballard a Non-Fiction book ISBN ISBN with cover, excerpt, author notes, review link, and availability. Buy a copy today. Another Titanic book. Another amongst so many. So many things have been written about the subject. Maxtone-Graham offers here an addition that has the merit of covering not only the story of the ship but its surroundings - in terms of history, economy, human aspects - as well as the direct consequences of her sinking, in an overall easy-to-grasp prose, a page-turner all in all/5.

Best known for the undersea discovery of the Titanic, Ballard introduces readers to that shipwreck and four others of the twentieth century: the Empress of Ireland, the Lusitania, the Britannic, and the Andrea Doria, which collided with the Stockholm.

Each chapter describes the exploration of one of the wrecks and offers information about the ship's origins, amenities, importance, /5(24). meet bob ballard | the lost liners | ocean evolution | under the sea | diagram of a colossus screensaver | teacher resources | liner links | book & video | credits.

The Lost Liner has been unavailable in print anywhere sincethis exclusive edition from Avalard marks the first time the book has been available in years and includes a specially-written introduction by Belfast-based Cromie scholar Diarmuid Kennedy.4/5.

The Lost ways is a book by Claude Davis that offers a simple understanding of how human beings can survive in case of a catastrophe, such as natural disasters, economic decline and war. The book prepares its readers for such catastrophes by equipping them with an array of methods and information that was passed down from the ancient men.

According to the author, Americans are currently. Lost Liners is a history book about the sinking of the RMS Titanic and other famous liners. Some of the other sinkings covered are the sinking of the Titanic 's sister ship the HMHS Britannic, the sinking of the RMS Lusitania, the burning of the SS Normandie, and the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria.

Riding the wave of ocean liner nostalgia, "Lost Liners" presents the most comprehensive and spectacular volume ever--a guided tour encompassing the beginnings, heyday, and eventual decline of the great Atlantic express liners. This is a list of missing ships and it is known that the ship in question sank, then its wreck has not yet been located.

Ships are usually declared lost and assumed wrecked after a period of disappearance. The disappearance of a ship usually implies all hands lost. Titanic Tragedy: A New Look at the Lost Liner Reviewed by Mike Poirier Interest in the Titanic ebbs and flows like the tide. Years ago, a new book on the subject only came out once and awhile.

Synopsis The stories of the great lost liners are the focus of this book. The Lusitania, Titanic and the Brittanic among others, are explored. Today these ships lie on the ocean floor. This book offers a guided tour, using underwater photography, and tells the story of their glory s: Text excerpted from Lost Liners, courtesy of Madison Press Books By the mids, with the postwar passenger boom at its peak, more than 50 passenger liners sailed the sealanes between Europe and.

Text excerpted from Lost Liners, courtesy of Madison Press Books The Lusitania carried a healthy complement of American passengers when she departed New York for. John Maxtone-Graham (–) wrote many books on trans-Atlantic ocean travel, among them Titanic Tragedy: A New Look at the Lost Liner, Normandie: France's Legendary Art Deco Ocean Liner, and The Only Way to Cross.

--This text refers to the paperback edition/5(23). - Robert D. Ballard, Rick Archbold, Ken Marschall - Google Books The stories of the great lost liners - the Titanic, Lusitania, Britannic, Empress of Ireland, Andrea Doria and others - are filled 5/5(7).Text excerpted from Lost Liners, courtesy of Madison Press Books For Nurse Sheila Macbeth, the sixth voyage of his Majesty's Hospital Ship Britannic, on Novembegan as both a.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: colour illustrations ; 28 x 30 cm: Contents: 1 Prologue - Recovering the Era of the Lost Liners2 A Better Way to Cross: The Birth of the Transatlantic Ocean Liner, Friendly Rivals: The Story of the Lusitania and Mauretania, Wrecked Dreams: The Saga of the Olympic and the Titanic,