Personalised Titanic Newspaper Book
A superb historical Personalised Titanic Newspaper Book, covering historic and rare reports from the time of the disaster and beyond. There are 140 pages of accounts contained in the book all printed in black & white, all relating to the Titanic – the worst merchant maritime disaster in history to date.
Titanic was a British passenger ship that sank on her maiden voyage, as she set sail from Southampton heading for North America. On 14 April 1912, four days into the crossing she hit an iceberg at 11:40 p.m. ship’s time, and resulted in 1,500 passengers and crew loosing their life. The disaster was greeted with worldwide shock and outrage, and one that remains in our minds still 100 years on.
This outstanding collection of newspaper articles contains historic and rare reports written at the time of the disaster, and the immediate aftermath. Harrowing pictures of the passengers and crew who perished have been reproduced from original national newspapers. The stories of the survivors, the making of the film and the talk of raising the great ship from its watery graveyard are more recent topics that are included in this account.
The cover of the book is personalised with any name which is gold embossed at no extra cost to you! and we allow for any 22 characters. The opening page as space for you to leave a personal message over 5 lines using 30 characters per line.
A tabloid sized book that would make a fantastic Birthday or Christmas present for a family member or friend.
38 x 31cm
Points To Note:
Double check your spelling and punctuation please, we cannot be held responsible for your mistakes. Thank you.
Personalised products are made especially for you and are therefore non-refundable, unless the item is faulty.
Please do not include accents and special symbols in your personalisation as some of our processes will not allow them. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text.
If you wish to have any blank lines on your item, please enter a space using the space bar on the line(s) requiring blanks/no personalisation.