Unsinkable

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Unsinkable

The Full Story of the RMS Titanic

By Daniel Allen Butler

Da Capo Press, Paperback, 9780306820984, 310pp.

Publication Date: March 6, 2012

Description

One hundred years after the tragedy of the Titanic, a revised and updated edition of the New York Times bestselling account



About the Author
Daniel Allen Butler, a military historian and internationally recognized authority on maritime subjects, is the author of "The Lusitania" and "The Warrior Queens"


Praise For Unsinkable

Tucson Citizen, 2/28/12
“Provides even more depth to a story we think we already know.”

Hudson Valley News, 3/21/12
“This author’s description of the boarding of the lifeboats is detailed and fascinating.”

InfoDad.com, 3/29/12
“[Butler’s] focus on detail provides fascinating bits of information…His combination of intimate detail, accurate narration and effective personalization of the tragedy remains as compelling today as at the time of the book’s original release.”
 “The Bookworm Sez” (nationally syndicated column), 4/1“Nicely updated” Politics & Patriotism (blog), 4/9
“Written in a calm respectful narrative style that’s easy to read.”

Acadiana LifeStyle, April 2012
“Even if you thought you knew all there is to know about this tragedy, you will be surprised at recently discovered facts revealed in the new postscript and foreword updated by the author.”

WomanAroundTown.com, 4/12/12“Butler has included not only the latest theories and findings, but also an examination of why we still care so much today. Butler is a military historian and a renowned authority on maritime affairs; no one less knowledgeable could shed new light on a story we all thought we knew.”

Midwest Book Review
, June 2012
“Any collection interested in the Titanic’s history will relish this revision.”

Curled Up with a Good Book“Unsinkable is a must-read for fans of the Titanic and buffs of plain old history. Butler’s attention to detail and obvious research provides a brief glimpse into a bygone era. Titanic is ultimately a cautionary tale of the hubris of man, and Unsinkable an entertaining read.”