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What are the books you use again and again on research? I use Eaton & Haas' Titanic: Triumph and Tragedy and Destination Disaster, ANTR and TNLO by Walter Lord, Butler's Unsinkable, Wade's Death of a Dream, McCluskie's Anatomy of the Titanic, the Beaveridge plans and a full set of the Congressional and BOT hearings.

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i myself do a lot of reasearch on will so i use a career at sea.

i also like an illustrated history among others a night to remember, the night lives on, destination disaster.

and many others.

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WMM: A Career At Seaby Suzanne Stormer, is also my favorite as well.

My other favorite books are: Susan Hughes' & Steve Santini's The Science and Story of TITANIC; Hugh Brewster' & Laurie Coulter's 882 1/2 Amazing Answers to your Questions about the TITANIC; Ghosts of the Abyss by Don Lynch & Ken Marschall, Introduction by James Cameron; and Peter Thresh' TITANIC.

James Cameron's TITANIC: An Illustrated Screenplay is another favorite of mine too.

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Oh I rather fancy (naturally) Titanic Voyagerby Patrick [sign in to see URL] original Goodbye, Good Luck by Suzanne [sign in to see URL] by Eaton and Haas, anything by Walter [sign in to see URL] where do I get the complete transcripts of the Senate and BOT Inquiries, Lee? emoticon

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You buy them - Government Printing Offices, both countries.

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yep that would be the first place i would look.

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There also on line.

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I would be careful there - they're both under Govenment Copyright - the kind that never ends?

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HI TTf

Yes I agree I just ment to read and take extracts from not to copy the whole lot out:-)

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Beside which that's a LOT to print. My copy of both runs to 4 1/2 3" wide binders! (I took them out of the covers when they started falling apart at the spine).

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