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Titanic Survivors on Carpathia

Discussion in 'Carpathia' started by Joe Campbell, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Joe Campbell

    Joe Campbell Member

    I need to know what the Titanic survivors did on the Carpathia for the three days to New York, please answer!
  2. Get hold of Titanic, Triumph and Tragedy by J P Eaton and C A Haas, this has a chapter called 'Rescue" which has several photos of survivors. I guess they recovered as best they could while mourning their lost loved ones. You could also go to Library, one book I recommend is Titanic Story as told by the survivors by Winocour (someone might be able to help with exact title.) Walter Lord's A Night to remember also has clues
  3. Joe Campbell

    Joe Campbell Member

    Thank you very much,I think I have titanic, triumph and tragedy but I haven't actually read it.
  4. You should. That is one of the best books to have and I will recommend it to anybody who is interested in the Titanic story.
  5. Jason D. Tiller

    Jason D. Tiller Moderator Member

    The correct title is "The Story of the Titanic As Told by Its Survivors" by Jack Winocour.
  6. Breuer_chair

    Breuer_chair Member

    Check out my article: Eric Cimino, "Carpathia's Care of Titanic's Survivors" in Voyage: Journal of the Titanic International Society 101 (2017): 23-31. It describes the activities on the ship as it journeys to New York.