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Deadly Voyage

By Hugh Brewster. Published in 2011 by Scholastic Canada

The Titanic was the biggest, the best, the unsinkable, and on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York in 1912, it was full of the richest, most famous of the upper-class English-speaking world as well as a number of Irish emigrants and others. No wonder her fascination for newspapers and people in general before, after, and long after her collision with an iceberg and her sinking in the North Atlantic. She did not go down “with all hands”, but only about a third of those aboard were saved.

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