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Olympic & Titanic: The Truth Behind the Conspiracy

by:
Steve Hall & Bruce Beveridge (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1949-1 ©2004
Price: $18.95
Book Size: 8.5" x 11" , 192 pages
Category/Subject: HISTORY / United States / 20th Century

The greatest switch of all time is addressed by author’s Steve Hall and Bruce Beveridge, spurring the Baker Street detective in all of us. What ship actually sank on the morning of April 15th 1912 – the Titanic or Olympic?

Abstract:
On September 20th 1911, the Titanic’s older sister Olympic, sailed from Southampton England. Within the hour a collision occurred, compromising the Olympic’s structural integrity. Did the Olympic suffer from damage that was so severe that she was not worth repairing? Did the White Star Line switch the Olympic with her near identical sister Titanic in a ruse to intentionally sink their mortally damaged flagship on April 15th 1912?

Olympic & Titanic, The Truth Behind the Conspiracy explores the switch theory, addresses evidence and gives the final answer to the intriguing question of which ship actually lies on the bottom of the North Atlantic today.

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Customer Reviews

  Highly recommended , 06/19/2004
Reviewer: Benjamin Coates
This publication is an informative and well researched book which covers in superb detail the Titanic and Olympic switch conspiracy. Half the book concentrates almost entirely on the different physical features between both vessels and graphically shows their individual beauty. This book is extremely well researched when presenting historical facts surrounding each ship. By time I had reached the last page, what ship actually resting on the bottom of the North Atlantic had been satisfactorily addressed? The book contains that much historical detail about Olympic and Britannic, coupled with rare photographs of both these vessels, that material alone could stand within a single publication. A must have book for any person interested in Titanic. Rich in text, lavish in photographic material and well researched. Highly recommended.

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