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Titanic : One Newspaper, Seven Days, and the Truth That Shocked the World,9781402256653

Titanic : One Newspaper, Seven Days, and the Truth That Shocked the World



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The Titanicwas the greatest ocean linear ever built and the news of its sinking 5 days into its maiden voyage, shocked the world. Captivated by the tragedy, audiences turned to the trusted Daily Telegraph hoping to find answers to questions of how the "unsinkable ship" could have ever gone down. Misinformation and erroneous reports of what exactly happened to the Titanic were numerous, and it was up to the Telegraph reporters to determine the truth. Focused entirely on media clippings and reporting from the time of the tragedy, Titanic is a ripped-from-the-headlines account of the sinking of the world's largest ship.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. ix
Tues day, April 16, 1912: Reporting in the Dark: The Daily Telegraph's Dilemmap. 1
Wednesday, April 17, 1912: Reality Sinks Inp. 31
Thursday, April 18, 1912: Relief Work Commencesp. 67
Friday, April 19,1912: Where Were the Lifeboats?p. 95
Saturday, April 20, 1912: All the News That Fits We Printp. 133
Sunday, April 21,1912: Remember the Sabbath Day, to Keep It Holy (There was no Sunday newspaper.)p. 181
Monday, April 22,1912: The Blame Gamep. 183
Aftermathp. 233
Bibliographyp. 237
Acknowledgmentsp. 243
Indexp. 245
About the Authorp. 257
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