Titanic Historical Collection on iPad

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Sunday, August 19, 2012
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BiblioBoard offers 'Titanic: A Historical Collection' with  50+ books, images and articles to read on the iPad.

Titanic: A Historical Collection offers early accounts of the Titanic sinking, works by and about Titanic passengers and more documents about the Titanic tragedy.

For $15.99, you can own a curated universe of historical artifacts on the topic, including more than 50 books, images and articles, accompanied by expert commentary.

The Anthology is available on BiblioBoard, a free iPad® App that gives you access to dozens of historical Anthologies that explore places, events, people and themes from across the centuries.

Titanic: A Historical Collection offers a digital library of more than 50 historical works related to the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic in April 1912. The Anthology features chronicles of luxury ocean liners in the age of the Titanic, early accounts of the Titanic’s ill-fated maiden voyage, remembrances of Titanic victims, and works by and about notable Titanic passengers, including John Jacob Astor and William Thomas Stead. Also included are reports from inquiries into the Titanic disaster and the resulting Safety of Life at Sea Convention.

Preview Titanic: A Historical Collection absolutely free, including up to seven pages of each book. For more info click here.


 

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