Collision Course: The Classic Story of the Collision of the Andrea Doria and the Stockholm by Alvin Moscow

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Collision Course: The Classic Story of the Collision of the Andrea Doria and the Stockholm

'“This brilliantly exciting narrative will go down as one of the great sagas of the sea.” —Harper’s Magazine   “Alvin Moscow’s splendid book tells the full story. . . . More than a magnificent analysis of the accident and sinking; it is a warmly compassionate document, full of understanding for the people on each side.” —Walter Lord, The New York Times Book Review   “One of the most intriguing and thought-provoking books about shipwreck since A Night to Remember.” —The Detroit News   “An electrifying book.” —Newsweek   “People who liked Lord’s A Night to Remember will want to read this dramatic, hour-by-hour reconstruction of the Andrea Doria disaster.” —Booklist   “A highly perceptive, immensely readable account of the [Doria-Stockholm] collision.” —Chicago Tribune   “Dramatically recounts the night of death and horror . . . Moscow gives the best explanation yet of the basic questions involved in the disaster.” —Akron Beacon Journal   “Thrilling . . . gripping . . . a really stupendous book.” —Alexander Crosby Brown, maritime historian, Daily Press (Newport)'
'“This brilliantly exciting narrative will go down as one of the great sagas of the sea.” —Harper’s Magazine   “Alvin Moscow’s splendid book tells the full story. . . . More than a magnificent analysis of the accident and sinking; it is a warmly compassionate document, full of understanding for the people on each side.” —Walter Lord, The New York Times Book Review   “One of the most intriguing and thought-provoking books about shipwreck since A Night to Remember.” —The Detroit News   “An electrifying book.” —Newsweek   “People who liked Lord’s A Night to Remember will want to read this dramatic, hour-by-hour reconstruction of the Andrea Doria disaster.” —Booklist   “A highly perceptive, immensely readable account of the [Doria-Stockholm] collision.” —Chicago Tribune   “Dramatically recounts the night of death and horror . . . Moscow gives the best explanation yet of the basic questions involved in the disaster.” —Akron Beacon Journal   “Thrilling . . . gripping . . . a really stupendous book.” —Alexander Crosby Brown, maritime historian, Daily Press (Newport)'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504031509 Pages: 364