Was the Titanic trying to set a record by racing to New York? Was
the ship running at high speed in spite of known ice in the area? Was
there an attempt to hide evidence at the hearings?
George Behe, a past vice-president of the Titanic Historical Society,
draws on new historical sources to present us with startling information
about the 1912 Titanic tragedy. The passage of time and intensive
research has brought out new information which sheds a substantially
different perspective on this tragedy. Behe’s information is troubling
because it suggests that the Titanic disaster was completely
avoidable and not a rare combination of freak circumstances as has been
recorded. In addition, Behe presents evidence which suggests that the
White Star Line did its best to hide evidence at the hearings.
Softbound with 88 pages, more than 50 photos and illustrations plus an