A glimpse at the lives and social/economic conditions of some of the ordinary, less well-documented, people caught up in the building and sinking of RMS Titanic, April 15th 1912.
Of interest to anyone whose ancestors emigrated from Ireland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The reader will get to 'meet' a few of these real people from 'Titanic Times'. They will also be entertained and informed. This is not a text book for use in a history class, but rather a glimpse at some of the less well documented, ordinary lives affected by these extraordinary events.
'I started reading and couldn't stop'
~ John White, Editor, 'Pro-trucker' magazine, Canada.
'I found it an easy read and very informative.'
~ Olwen Matthews, Historian, Ireland.