The Loss of the SS Titanic

The Loss of the SS TitanicJohn B “Jack” Thayer III could little count on what he would face in five days time when he boarded RMS Titanic in April 1912. Nor could he have imagined that he would walk away from a disaster fatherless. But it all happened and Thayer would come away from the disaster alive but perhaps not entirely unscathed. 

Thayer’s account, although short, is a must-read for every Titanic enthusiast. Although it does contain errors Thayer gives readers a glimpse into the life of first-class passengers’ lives and deaths, reminding us of how fragile life is. He tells his story eloquently and with personal observations riddled throughout. 

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