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by Richard Wormser

  • ISBN: 044083113X
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  • Author: Richard Wormser
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trumpet Club (1994)
  • Pages: 58 pages
  • FB2 size: 1289 kb
  • EPUB size: 1183 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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This book is entitled "The Titanic" written by Richard Wormser. I feel that this is an excellent book to read for those who are interested in the Titanic no matter what their age. This is a fact-filled book from cover to cover from the serious facts to the neat yet fun facts.

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These "Titanic" books venture beneath the tip of the iceberg to bring lesser-known stories to the surface. 15 Essential Titanic Books. The true stories of the "Unsinkable Ship" are more fascinating than any movie. On April 10th, 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, embarking on a journey that would find a tragic end just five days later. It has been over 100 years since the Titanic ’s sinking, but the dawn of a new century has done nothing to diminish its legacy.

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Wormser, Richard 1933–PERSONAL: Born 1933. American Islam: Growing up Muslim in America, Walker (New York, NY), 1994. The Titanic, Explorer Books, 1994

Wormser, Richard 1933–PERSONAL: Born 1933. Education: Bucknell University, graduated 1955. ADDRESSES: Office-The New School, 66 W. 12th S. New York, NY 10011. Source for information on Wormser, Richard 1933–: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. The Titanic, Explorer Books, 1994. American Childhoods: Three Centuries of Youth at Risk, Walker (New York, NY), 1996.

Richard Edward Wormser (February 2, 1908 in New York City, New York – July, 1977 in Tumacaciori, Arizona) was an American writer of pulp fiction, detective fiction, screenplays, and Westerns.

Richard Edward Wormser (February 2, 1908 in New York City, New York – July, 1977 in Tumacaciori, Arizona) was an American writer of pulp fiction, detective fiction, screenplays, and Westerns, some of it written using the pseudonym of Ed Friend. He is estimated to have written 300 short stories, 200 novelettes, 12 books, many screenplays and stories turned into screenplays and a cookbook Southwest Cookery or At Home on the Range.

Richard S. Wormser, a rarebook dealer of Bethel, Conn. formerly of New York, died Sunday in Danbury, Conn. at the age of 77. Mr. Wormser, a former president of the International League of Antiquarian Book Sellers and the Antiquarian Book Sellers Association of America, was a member of the Grolier Club, the American Antiquarian Society of Worcester, Mass. the Club of Odd Volumes of Boston and the Old Book Table of New York. Surviving are his widow, Carola; a son, Michael, and a sister, Mrs. Lawrence Hochheimer

This book offers information to clarify or refute some of the romantic folklore that has grown up around the story of the Titanic. This is one of the most interesting books I have read on not only the Titanic, but on any subject.

This book offers information to clarify or refute some of the romantic folklore that has grown up around the story of the Titanic. The ethnic group with the greatest representation among the Titanic's passengers, taken as a whole, were the Scandinavians. The English passengers outnumbered the Irish passengers. The writing style I find enjoyable.

Describes the tragic voyage of the world's largest ocean liner, its collision with an iceberg during its maiden voyage, and the amazing underwater discovery that followed.
Reviews about The Titanic (Explorer books) (2):
Jugore
It has been said that this book is a great resource for those interested in the "Titanic." To refute this claim, I simply say it is not. It is riddled with errors on everything from the date to the captain of the Carpathia (Rostrow in the book while it is actually Rostron). It also makes claims on items not based on fact, such as the idea that a cold night means icebergs are near. I believe that they had ice reports informing them of the situation not a cold night. It refers to passengers (such as Benjamin Guggenheim) by wrong names (Benjamin Guggenheim is Charles in the book). For a more detailed list of the flaws anyone with a moderate knowledge of the "Titanic" found, visit [...] and scroll down near the bottom.

I would also recommend "882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Your Questions About the 'Titanic'" for children or even adults who wish to know more about the "Titanic." It has few errors, and it was researched much more thoroughly than this.
Gela
This book is entitled "The Titanic" written by Richard Wormser. I feel that this is an excellent book to read for those who are interested in the Titanic no matter what their age. This is a fact-filled book from cover to cover from the serious facts to the neat yet fun facts. This book is great for a classroom resource for teachers who are doing a unit on the Titanic. I recommend this book to all who have questions on the Titanic, this book will give you the answers.

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