Michael McCaughan Titanic: Icon of an Age

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Titanic: Icon of an Age

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Titanic: Icon of an Age is a vivid exploration of Titanic in its era and a compelling testament to a story that reverberates across time. It has over 250 stunning images - some never published before - including contemporary pictures from the official Harland & Wolff photographic archive. A vast array of sources including extracts from newspapers, journals, and White Star Line publicity as well as postcards, advertisements, letters, and other memorabilia, combined with an accessible and authoritative text result in a detailed and evocative impression of the period and the great ship.

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Michael McCaughan is the former Head of Transport, National Museums Northern Ireland. As a curator at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum for over forty years, his research has focused mainly on the study and interpretation of Irish maritime history and traditions. He has published widely and is recognised internationally for his expertise and pioneering work on the history and culture of Harland & Wolff, the White Star line and theTitanic. Michael is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Birth of the Titanic (Blackstaff Press, 1998) and Titanic: Icon of an Age (2012).

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This definitive book from Titanic's homeland is an exciting, moving and richly ilustrated account of Titanic's remarkable story. A fitting tribute to this iconic ship. Education a book which anyone with an interest in Titanic will want to have ... a fine volume Ulster Tatler

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Descripción Blackstaff Press Ltd, United Kingdom, 2012. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Titanic is the most famous ship in history and the extraordinary story of her construction and loss continues to capture the human imagination. Even before she sailed in 1912 Titanic was making headlines as the world s largest ship, symbolising the confidence and certainties of her era. Built at Harland Wolff s massive shipyard in Belfast, Titanic took four years, and the expertise of thousands of skilled men, to complete. This new edition of Michael McCaughan s acclaimed book, The Birth of the Titanic (1998), is a visual chronicle of that superhuman achievement set against the backdrop of an age of industry, entrepreneurship and political tensions. Written and compiled by internationally recognised Titanic expert Michael McCaughan, it captures the spirit and vision of the people who built the vast leviathan and the stories of those who sailed on her, describing in detail the construction and launch of the ship as well as the disaster and its aftermath and giving fresh insights into why Titanic continues to fascinate and inspire. Using stunning contemporary photographs from the official Harland Wolff photographic archive as well as sources such as diaries, postcards, letters and White Star publicity this definitive book from Titanic s homeland is an exciting, moving and richly illustrated account of Titanic s remarkable story. A fitting tribute to this iconic lost ship. Nº de ref. de la librería AAZ9780856408656

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Descripción Blackstaff Press Ltd. Hardback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, Titanic: Icon of an Age, Michael McCaughan, Titanic was not only a ship that embodied technological achievement; she was a microcosm of western civilisation and its misplaced certainties in a gilded age before World War 1. She was the second of an intended trio of huge passenger vessels built by Harland and Wolff for the White Star Line's premier service between Southampton and New York. When she sank, 1,500 of the 2,201 people on board lost their lives and the news caused shockwaves around the world. Titanic: Icon of an Age is a comprehensive and richly illustrated chronicle of the great liner and her time. Over 250 stunning images - some never published before - combine with a wealth of Titanic facts, memorabilia and Michael McCaughan's accessible and authoritative text to give a detailed and evocative impression of the period and the world-famous ship. Written and published in Belfast, the birthplace of the great lost ship and home of Titanic Belfast (the unique museum and discovery centre), this book is a vivid exploration of Titanic in its era and a compelling testament to a story that continues to reverberate across time. Nº de ref. de la librería B9780856408656

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Descripción Blackstaff Press Ltd, United Kingdom, 2012. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Titanic is the most famous ship in history and the extraordinary story of her construction and loss continues to capture the human imagination. Even before she sailed in 1912 Titanic was making headlines as the world s largest ship, symbolising the confidence and certainties of her era. Built at Harland Wolff s massive shipyard in Belfast, Titanic took four years, and the expertise of thousands of skilled men, to complete. This new edition of Michael McCaughan s acclaimed book, The Birth of the Titanic (1998), is a visual chronicle of that superhuman achievement set against the backdrop of an age of industry, entrepreneurship and political tensions. Written and compiled by internationally recognised Titanic expert Michael McCaughan, it captures the spirit and vision of the people who built the vast leviathan and the stories of those who sailed on her, describing in detail the construction and launch of the ship as well as the disaster and its aftermath and giving fresh insights into why Titanic continues to fascinate and inspire. Using stunning contemporary photographs from the official Harland Wolff photographic archive as well as sources such as diaries, postcards, letters and White Star publicity this definitive book from Titanic s homeland is an exciting, moving and richly illustrated account of Titanic s remarkable story. A fitting tribute to this iconic lost ship. Nº de ref. de la librería AAZ9780856408656

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