The b&w photographs presented in this book were taken by Francis Browne who had set foot on board the RMS Titanic (April, 10 1912) in Southhampton, England. Browne remained on ship as it sailed to its next stop, which was the busy port of Queenstown, Ireland.
Of course - (After Browne had stepped off the Titanic) - What occurred some days later (April, 15 1912) in the middle of the freezing Atlantic Ocean was sure to be a bona fide disaster that was never believed imaginable.
Considering the disastrous fate of the Titanic - The vintage images in this volume are, without question, historically relevant.
Out of a total count of 2224 passengers and crew on board this "apparently" unsinkable luxury liner, it's believed that only 724 survived.
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