Titanic Remembered: The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax
Text by Alan Ruffman.
Published by Formac Publishing Company Ltd., 1999.
|The tragic end of the "unsinkable" ocean-liner Titanic
necessitated a huge search mission, coordinated from the nearest large port of
Halifax. The difficulties of the search and recovery process and the impact of
the disaster on survivors were great. Its impact on the city of Halifax was
Drawing on the many resources of the permanent Titanic exhibit at Halifaxs Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Titanic Remembered focuses on the disaster and its aftermath. It describes the extensive search which followed the sinking and how people came to terms with the impact of the sinking. Touching stories of some of the victims and survivors are recalled. With compelling photographs and text, a somber picture of one of the twentieth centurys legendary events is painted.
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