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A Titanic myth : the Californian Incident by  Leslie Harrison - Hardcover - 1992 - from Norman Macdonald's Collection and

A Titanic myth : the Californian Incident

by Harrison, Leslie

Condition: Very Good - See below/images/Very Good - See below/images

Hanley Swan, Worcester: S.P.A. in conjunction with Leslie Harrison, 1992. 2nd Revised Edition: Examines the evidence against Captain Stanley Lord of the Californian who was blamed for not saving the survivors of the Titanic. A very copy, but with ink dedication to front pastedown, bump to spine ends, in a bright and clean dust jacket, not price clipped, tad rubbed at corners, bump spine ends. 287p. : ill.,facsim,maps,plans,ports. ; 24cm. Bibliography: p273-274. . Hard Cover. Very Good - See below/images/Very Good - See below/images. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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