Titanic 100 Years Below
When RMS Titanic set sail for New York from Southampton on 10th April 1912, she was hailed as 'unsinkable'. Then, just four days into her maiden voyage, she struck an iceberg and sank, ensuring her place in legend as the victim of history's most infamous maritime disaster. One hundred years on from that tragic day, this special collection brings together a fascinating documentary that revisits the site of the wreck, a wonderfully illustrated book on the ship's history and an array of memorabilia beautifully recreated from original materials at The National Archives in London, England. Also, in tribute to one of the most enduring stories remembered from that fateful night, a CD of songs from the era - "The Band Played On" - is included in this definitive collection.
Titanic: A Tale Of Two Journeys DVD
Dive into the dark, cold waters of the North Atlantic and take an unforgettable voyage 2.5 miles beneath the waves to the final resting place of RMS Titanic. This moving film reveals details of the wreck site as few have seen it before, giving a new perspective on the momentous events of Titanic's tragic final journey.
The Band Played On CD
25 songs from the glorious era of Titanic, featuring hits of the age from troubadours and songbirds including Irving Berlin, Django Reinhardt and Marie Lloyd.
The Story Of Titanic Hardback Book
From its origins, construction and launch, through to the improbable yet deadly combination of events that contributed to its sinking, this gripping 132-page book takes an in-depth look at the tragic story of the passenger ship that never completed its maiden voyage.
A collection of rarely seen Titanic memorabilia, recreated from the original material at The National Archives. Items include blueprints from the original designs of the ship; crew records and official ID cards; six emergency telegrams from the night of the collisions and hand-drawn diagram revealing the ensuing rescue attempt by SS Birma; an official letter from White Star Line to the Board of Trade; a personal account form a survivor of the disaster; letters of sympathy; postcards and much more.