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11:40: Analysis of Evasive Manoeuvres & Damage Assessment on RMS Titanic

11:40: Analysis of Evasive Manoeuvres & Damage Assessment on RMS Titanic

  • Author: Payne, Brad
  • ISBN: 9781803991764
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$NZ 89.99 Ex Tax: $NZ 89.99
A new study into those pivotal moments around the striking of the iceberg, during which the fate of Titanic, and the 2,208 souls aboard, was realised At 11:40pm on 14 April 1912, Titanic collided with an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic and began to sink. From the moment the iceberg was spotted, the ship was on a collision course with destiny, with the immediate aftermath of the collision becoming a race against time for those on board to inspect the damage and determine Titanic's fate. In this new study, the events of both the evasive manoeuvres and the subsequent damage assessment are broken down, order by order, moment by moment, giving a forensic analysis of these crucial events. In doing so, with the backing of an exhaustive collection of both historical and modern data, along with over twenty years of personal research by Brad Payne, facts are separated from myths and the most accurate truths about what really happened aboard Titanic during these critical moments is revealed. AUTHOR: Brad Payne is a lifelong Titanic enthusiast, who has given a presentation on the subject at the University of Puget Sound, and published a number of articles on Encyclopaedia Titanica. He has spent twenty years researching the topic for this, his first book. He lives in Washington, USA. 60 b/w illustrations

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