Nearly 100 years after the great liner sank, and a decade after James Cameron's film introduced millions to the triumph and tragedy of this extraordinary story, the Titanic is still yielding her secrets. "Titanic: The Last Great Images" weaves strands of the tale together more completely than ever before. In renderings done by the ship's original designer's, charts of the debris field, detailed underwater photographs, period illustrations and haunting paintings, this important book provides the clearest, most accurate view of the ship ever published.
Dr Robert Ballard, a renowned marine geologist who has helped develop new underwater exploration technology, discovered the wreck of the Titanic on 1 September 1985. Don Lynch is historian for the Titanic Historical Society and Ken Marschall's paintings have appeared in several key Titanic books.