Book Reviews of The Titanic Conspiracy: Cover-Ups and Mysteries of the World's Most Famous Sea Disaster

The Titanic Conspiracy: Cover-Ups and Mysteries of the World's Most Famous Sea Disaster
The Titanic Conspiracy Cover-Ups and Mysteries of the World's Most Famous Sea Disaster
Author: Robin Gardiner, Dan Van Der Vat
ISBN-13: 9781559723473
ISBN-10: 1559723475
Publication Date: 3/1996
Pages: 312
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3.9 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Carol Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Hardcover
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Not what I was expecting it to be. Mostly an account of the disaster from beginning to the hearings. Not much on the conspiracy theory till the end, except a hint here and there. I was expecting more details on the theory than was given. They do raise a couple of questions, but when you start to think about it you realize it has to be total nonsense. Still an enjoyable read, with a good photo selection.