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Disaster at sea

by John Marriott

  • 26 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Ian Allan in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJohn Marriott.
The Physical Object
Pagination176p. :
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22325047M
ISBN 100711017379

Yarmouth Castle – The steamship's loss in a disastrous fire in prompted new laws for safety at sea. 87 people were lost, three of the rescued passengers later died in hospital, bringing the death toll to The exciting stories of five doomed sea voyageswill capture anyone's attention! Make learning to read and enjoyable activity with DK Readers. This Level 3 book is appropriate for children reading alone, and able to comprehended more complex sentence structure, information boxes, alphabetical glossary and comprehensive index. Historical paintings and photographs accompany each chapter, for a Pages:

Experience all the drama and tragedy of Titanic inside the pages of this richly illustrated narrative. With a pull out poster and double gatefold diagram, Titanic: Disaster at Sea is brimming with facts, stories, and fascinating people. From the technological creativity of Titanic's construction to unselfish sacrifice in the face of disaster, this comprehensive book will satisfy readers with. Disasters at Sea. Summary Although the vast majority of books that have Lexile measures did not change, a small subset of books required updated Lexile measures. Many products and services offer Lexile measures for their books and reading materials. We are working with the hundreds of companies that partner with us to transition them to the.

Nov 14,  · On July 29, , four days after delivering the atomic bomb destined for Hiroshima, the U.S.S. Indianapolis was torpedoed and sunk. of the 1, men on board, perished. Culled from previously unavailable files, this is the chilling story of how the U. S. Navy left the crew in shark-infested waters for four days, and why only a fraction of the men who safely abandoned the ship survived. Mar 13,  · Titanic: Disaster at Sea Library Binding – 13 Mar by Martin Jenkins (Author) › Visit Amazon's Martin Jenkins Page. search results for this author. Martin Jenkins (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions /5(12).


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Nov 26,  · Illustrated with detailed maps and shipwreck locations, Disasters at Sea takes readers on a fascinating journey through history and to the ocean floor. Learn all about the historical details and theories of the most infamous shipwrecks—from the most well-known sinkings like the Titanic, to the obscure, mysterious drifting ghost ships and unexplained disappearances/5(19).

Sep 26,  · A colorful and deadly history of ocean liner disasters from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Disaster at Sea is a chronicle of the most frightening episodes in the maritime history of the North Atlantic.

From to the present day, the Atlantic has been home to hundreds of ocean liners and cruise ships, each more lavish than the last all of them symbols of wealth and luxury/5(9).

A colorful and deadly history of ocean liner disasters from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Disaster at Sea is a chronicle of the most frightening episodes in /5.

Aug 11,  · Titanic: Disaster at Sea [Philip Wilkinson] on johnsonout.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Experience all the drama and tragedy of Titanic inside the pages of this richly illustrated narrative.

With a pull out poster and double gatefold diagram/5(13). Disasters at Sea book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Some of the world/5(7). Experience the mystery and wonder of the bottom of the sea with over sixty accounts of shipwreck catastrophes.

Illustrated with detailed maps and shipwreck locations, Disasters at Sea takes readers on a fascinating journey through history and to the ocean floor/5. Jan 23,  · From the bestselling author of Blood and Money: A haunting true story of three people locked in a fierce struggle against time and the sea—and each other.

In JulyBob Tininenko; his wife, Linda; and his brother in-law, Jim Fisher, set sail from Tacoma, Washington, on a thirty-one-foot trimaran down the West Coast to Costa Rica/5(96). Mar 29,  · Disasters at Sea. Uncover the shocking causes to some of the most mysterious shipwrecks in recent history.

Jan 28,  · A Harrowing True Story of Disaster at Sea” as Want to Read: This is a great book about 3 people lost at sea in a capsized boat--it's also about God and faith and what that makes people do.

A must-read. This is the first non-fiction book to become one of my all-time favorite books/5. Stories of humans against nature, heroism in the face of catastrophe, and deadly secrets buried at sea. Witness some of the most harrowing shipwrecks in modern history, presented through immersive firsthand accounts of the disasters and marine investigations that followed.

Sea Power A colorful and deadly history of ocean liner disasters from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Disaster at Sea is a chronicle of the most frightening episodes in the maritime history of the North Atlantic.

From to the present day, the Atlantic has been home to hundreds of ocean liners and cruise ships, each more lavish than the last all of them symbols of wealth and luxury. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Lost!: A Harrowing True Story of Disaster at Sea by Thomas Thompson at Barnes & Noble.

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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow 5/5(1). Jul 01,  · This book reveals the facts behind numerous catastrophes around the world, and legends, myths, and mysteries of the sea from ancient to modern times—including widely known disasters such as the Titanic and Andrea Doria, as well as the cases of: The San Agustin.

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Naval History and the Fifty-Year Fight to Exonerate an Innocent Man. by Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic | Jul 10, out of 5 stars. May 01,  · What makes this story unique in the annals of tragedies at sea is that the ship’s final hours were captured in remarkable detail.

Six microphones on the bridge preserved the last 26 hours of. While I don't believe there is any new information in this book, it does have some nice primary source photographs as well as a cutaway digram of the ship and a timeline. One of the most unique features of this book, however, is that you can download additional digital activities from the Scholastic website/5.

Jan 31,  · From fog, ice, and rocks to cannon fire and torpedo attacks--read the story of five doomed sea voyages and the fate of those who took part in them. The page Level 3 books, designed for children who can read on their own, contain more complex sentence structure and more detail.5/5(1).

Sep 28,  · Dramatized reconstruction of real-life air disasters, along with interviews with aviation experts and eyewitnesses. They glide across the prairies of Canada and the deserts of Australia. /10(43). Jan 01,  · The book I read was Titanic Disaster at Sea.

It is by Philip Wilkinson. The genre is nonfiction. The setting is at the docks and the ocean where the titanic sank. There were no main characters but they did mention Thomas Andrews, Joseph Bruce Ismary, Captain Edward John Smith, Charles Lightoller, and Margete "Molly" Brown/5.

Feb 01,  · With a pull out poster and double gatefold diagram, Titanic: Disaster at Sea is brimming with facts, stories, and fascinating people.

From the technological creativity of Titanic's construction to unselfish sacrifice in the face of disaster, this comprehensive book will satisfy readers with its exciting, up close look at this amazing true story Pages:.

The incidents include grounding, collision, fire, sinking, ice and storms, and each chapter has an example from the Marine Accident Investigation Bureau who monitor incidents at sea.

This book is a fascinating read for all who go afloat either for business or pleasure, and for anyone interested in just why disasters happen at johnsonout.com: Bloomsbury Publishing.Jan 13,  · Parents will love how the book visually keeps kids’ attention.

Teachers will love how the crowded but clear page layouts give readers a thorough understanding of the information. Kids will love the book’s added bonuses: a fold out diagram of the ship and a poster. Titanic: Disaster at Sea is full of information and images that fuel the 5/5.Jun 14, - A list of books about famous shipwrecks and disasters at sea.

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