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Features exclusive and original newspaper coverage about the Titanic, ‘largest ship in the world’ at its time.
- Special edition book to mark 100 years since the Titanic sank
- Personalise with the recipient’s name and a dedication message on the title page
- The stories and reports included are from the British Press at the time
- Option to emboss the recipient’s name in gold on the front cover
- Add a luxury gift box for a thoughtful finishing touch
Help a friend or loved one deepen their knowledge of the Titanic disaster with this personalised Titanic newspaper book. To mark 100 years since the sinking of the ship, we have created a book containing scans of original newspaper coverage written at the time. A fascinating gift for those with a passion for twentieth-century maritime history, this newspaper book opens on 11 April 1912 to report on the Titanic’s monumental launch from Southampton docks, England. The book goes on to document the newspaper coverage and reaction from days immediately after the ship sank.
The tragedy’s aftermath is also documented, including reports of anxious friends and relatives of victims seeking out their loved ones, which provides genuine human interest into the catastrophe. Overall, this personalisable book is an intimate portrayal of a disaster which, after more than a century, still touches the hearts and minds of many. Personalise this book with any name and personal message, both of which will appear on the title page; you also have the option to gold emboss the recipient’s name on the front cover.
How to Personalise the Titanic Newspaper Book
The book opens with a front page montage surrounding your own personalised label containing the recipient’s name and a greeting. It can be personalised further by gold embossing the recipient’s name on the front cover, making it the ideal gift for a Titanic aficionado
Presented in an elegant leatherette cover, this carefully bound hardback book is approximately tabloid size (38cm x 30cm). The reports included, from the Daily Mirror, are from the British Press at the time.