A fascinating collection of interviews, recollections and documentary information about the fateful maiden voyage of the Titanic, and how it touched people’s lives.
This captivating video collection investigates the contemporary importance of the story of the Titanic, and the effects it has had on the lives of the many individuals still living.
Walter Lord - author of “A Night To Remember” - recalls some 26 stories survivors related to him personally and Eva Hart gives her own account of the events of April 14th - 15th, 1912.
The Titanic tragedy represented, in its own right, the end of an era of arrogance and social discrimination in sea travel.
Yet the controversy of why so many lives were lost is still being scrutinized and argued about, and we still cannot supply the answers.
This video looks into some of the issues still being kept alive by experts and enthusiasts - a sounding out of further “Echoes of Titanic”.