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Verified Purchase. Thank you for a quality book with excellent photography and more information about the times of the people and crew of the Titanic who have lived it.
Nothing short of an excellent read and knowledge. You'll know more about this majestic ship than before you read it. Besides that, it's quite a conversation piece. And it never gets old in a discussion. Thank you Amazon. Maybe that's why I keep coming back to the best e-retailor in the times of our lives.
When this issue of NG arrived, our 5 year old grandson was fascinated with it. He learned all about the Titanic, and became quite an expert on the subject.
He would corner strangers in coffee shops to tell them all he knew about the Titanic disaster, and who's going to ignore a 5 year old? The original magazine eventually wore out from use, so we've replaced it with this copy. He's now 7, and his fascination with shipwrecks has not diminished. If anything, it has grown.
Thank you so much! Great condition. Nat'l Geog review on the Titanic was fantastic, to include many photos never seen of the liner.
Excellent information on what actually happened and where the ship lies now. Magazine in good condition. Enjoyable read. Todo bien con el articulo! I wanted this for awhile and finally ordered it..
Nat Geo always tells a good story. It was an anniversary issue and it fills the bill. Arrived promptly and in great condition.
A great collectors issue. One person found this helpful. Perfect mint condition for collectible!
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