Over 100 years since the worst merchant maritime disaster in history the sinking of the Titanic is still fresh in people’s minds. Film and TV dramatizations and documentaries have made sure of that. And the wreck of the world’s largest and most luxurious ship of its kind continues to make the news. This outstanding collection contains historic and rare reports, written at the time of the disaster and the immediate aftermath. Harrowing pictures of the passengers and crew who perished have been reproduced from original national newspapers. The stories of the survivors, the making of the film and the talk of raising the great ship from its watery graveyard are more recent topics that are included in this account. The 140 pages are bound in in your choice of black, luxury leather or deep green leatherette. The hard cover with a gold embossed title includes an embossed name. The introduction page is further personalized with a name and message.