Two or Three Lusitania Books to Recommend


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J Kent Layton

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Felicity,

Seven Days to Disaster is an easy-reader, but like most Lusitania books, there are things in there that need to be read with a dose of skepticism. And because the book is not referenced, it's difficult to find where some of the information came from. Just something to keep in mind while you're reading through it.

Martin - thanks for mentioning my book, Lusitania: An Illustrated Biography of the Ship of Splendor. I really worked hard to create something that was fresh and accurate, and it would not have been possible without the assistance of Jim K. and Mike P., who were also kind enough to write the Introduction and contribute material to help illustrate it. I might also humbly recommend that you check out the Lusitania chapter of my new book, Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios (2009 Version). There were a couple of interesting extras that were turned up after the publication of L:AIB which I managed to include in the newer publication.

Take care, everyone!
 
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