Titanic: The Story about the Unsinkable Ship
by Henry Freeman
Publisher: Hourly History 2016
Number of pages: 50
It has been more than one hundred years since the RMS Titanic sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic ocean. The disaster has captivated history buffs and non-history buffs alike, and it is easy to see why. Some of the most illustrious people of the day were on board: some survived, and some did not.
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