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Titanic: The Exhibition - X10E (Paperback) John Eaton

Titanic: The Exhibition - X10E (Paperback) John Eaton

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The tragic story of RMS Titanic has captivated the world for nearly nine decades. From her birth as the largest and most luxurious ocean liner ever constructed, to her sinking in calm waters after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic on the night of April 14, 1912, with 2,228 passengers aboard, the fate of teh great ship has become the most famous maritime legend in history.

In association with RMS Titanic, Inc., salvor-in-possession of the Titanic, Wonders: The Memphis International Cultural Series has produced the largest display of Titanic artifacts ever assembled. Featuring more than 300 objects recovered from the ocean floor, along with archival photgraphs, scale models original illustrations, and memorabilia, TITANIC: The Exhibition tells the story of the great liner as it has never been told.

Titanic's maiden voyage attracted the rich and famous on both sides of the Atlantic, along with hundreds of immigrants hopeful for a new life in America. Symbolizing all of hte technical achievements of the previous centry, her sinking, with the loss of 1,523 passengers and crew, shocked the world. 

In 1985, the dramatic discovery of the wreck more than two and a half miles beneath the surface of the atlantic again brought international attention to the liner's epic story. The first comprehensive exhibition of its kind, TITANIC: The Exhibition brings to life the passage of the world's most famous ship as a living memorial to the people who built her, and  to those who were lost. 

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