One Hundred and Sixty Minutes the Race to Save the Titanic Gives New Twist on Old Story

May 26, 2021 by

One Hundred and Sixty Minutes: The Race to Save the RMS Titanic

One Hundred and Sixty Minutes: The Race to Save the RMS Titanic

The new book on the Titanic due out August 15 gives a new twist on ground that has been well plowed by others. One Hundred and Sixty Minutes the Race To Save The Titanic has a simple thesis: Everyone on the Titanic Could Have Been Saved. Behind this are two wireless operators Jack Phillips and Harold Bride who let the world know the Titanic was sinking by tapping SOS and CQD even as the water sloshed around their ankles. The sad truth is that human failing would be behind the death of over 1500 people in the icy Atlantic. One Hundred and Sixty MInutes 1024px-Titanic-lifeboat963

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