The Official Archive
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Adams, Simon. Titanic. New York: DK , 1999. Print.
“This book was written with the intention that the audience is able to experience the entire voyage on the ship from beginning to end. “
Aldridge, Rebecca. The Sinking of the Titanic. New York: Chelsea House, 2008. Print.
Barczewski, Stephanie L. Titanic: A Night Remembered. London: Hambledon and London, 2004. Print.
Barratt, Nick. Lost Voices from the Titanic: the Definitive Oral History. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Print.
Cook, Kevin. Titanic Thompson: the Man Who Bet on Everything.” New York: Norton, 2011. Print.
Green, Rod. Building the Titanic: An Epic Tale of the Creation of History’s Most Famous Ocean Liner. Pleasantville, NY: Reader’s Digest, 2005. Print.
Kuntz, Tom, and William Alden Smith. The Titanic Disaster Hearings: The Official Transcripts of the 1912 Senate Investigation. New York, Pocket, 1998. Print.
Osborne, Will, Mary Pope Osborne, and Sal Murdocca. Titanic: A Nonfiction Companion to Tonight on the Titanic. New York: Random House, 2002. Print.
This is one of the first “instant books” about the disaster. The “instant books” are known for their inaccurate information.
Temple, Bob. The Titanic: An Interactive History Adventure. Mankato, MN: Capstone, 2008. Print.
Fr. Byles was a Roman Catholic priest traveling aboard Titanic, who is generally regarded
to have behaved heroically and who was called a martyr for the Church by then Pope Pius X.
Posted Aboard RMS Titanic--a National Postal Museum Exhibit
Titanic Disaster: Official Casualty Figures and Commentary
Titanic Passenger Stories and News
The Unsung Heroes of the Titanic
The Maiden Voyage
Marconigraph.com: S.S. Titanic "MGY"
"The purpose of this site is to provide a forum for some of the leading researchers in the field of maritime history to present the findings of their research into certain defined areas of interest. The material herein is presented with the assumption that the reader is well versed in the overall history of the great ships of the Cunard and White Star Lines, most notably Lusitania and Titanic. For those seeking the basic history of these famous ships, a separate section containing links to related sites of interest is provided. "
Titanic in the Classroom
Titanic Radio Page
"Specialising in the radio aspects of the Titanic disaster," this site contains information
about the radio operators Jack Phillips and Harold Bride as well as information about the
radio room and the radio distress traffic.
Titanic - A Tragic Destiny