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The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 1
The circumstances in which this book came to be written are as
follows. Some five weeks after the survivors from the Titanic landed
in New York, I was the guest at luncheon of Hon. Samuel J. Elder and
Hon. Charles T. Gallagher, both well-known lawyers in Boston. After
luncheon I was asked to relate to those present the experiences of the
survivors in leaving the Titanic and reaching the Carpathia.
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 3
I had been fortunate enough to secure a two-berth cabin to myself,--D
56,--quite close to the saloon and most convenient in every way for
getting about the ship
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 2
Soon after noon the whistles blew for friends to go ashore, the
gangways were withdrawn, and the Titanic moved slowly down the dock
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 4
Looking back now on the descent of our boat down the ship's side, it
is a matter of surprise, I think, to all the occupants to remember how
little they thought of it at the time
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 5
All accounts agree that the Titanic sunk about 2:20 A.M
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 6
The two preceding chapters have been to a large extent the narrative
of a single eyewitness and an account of the escape of one boat only
from the Titanic's side
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 7
The journey of the Carpathia from the time she caught the "C.Q.D."
from the Titanic at about 12.30 A.M. on Monday morning and turned
swiftly about to her rescue
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 8
One of the most pitiful things in the relations of human beings to
each other--the action and reaction of events that is called
concretely "human life"--is that every now and then some of them
should be called upon to lay down their lives from no sense of
imperative, calculated duty such as inspires the soldier or the
sailor
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 8.2
Chapter 8 part 2 and copyright



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