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|Description:||191 p. : map ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||In the hands of God. Catastrophe at sea during the Age of Sail --
America's Titanic. Triumph aboard the Sultana --
The Halifax explosion. The loss of a ship, the devastation of a city --
War at sea. From the Spanish Armada to the Bismarck --
Britain's darkest hour. The loss of the Lancastria and why Churchill covered it up --
The age of total loss. Tragedy without triumph during the Second World War --
Ten thousand dead. The sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff --
Worse than Titanic. Maritime disasters since the Second World War.
|Other Titles:||World's worst maritime disasters|
Final Voyage: The World's Worst Maritime Disasters tells the stories of the deadliest and most often forgotten maritime tragedies in the history of seafaring.
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