Titanic the Ship That Never Sank? by Robin Gardiner

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Published by Ian Allan Publishing .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Maritime history,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • General,
  • Modern - 20th Century,
  • Ships & Shipbuilding - Shipwrecks,
  • History / Military / Other

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7791006M
ISBN 100711027773
ISBN 109780711027770

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Now in his controversial follow-up - Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank - Robin Gardiner goes further into the scandal of the sinking, not only with more Titanic the Ship That Never Sank? book on the alleged 'scam' perpetrated by the While Star line but also with further evidence showing the possible /5(9).

Now in his controversial follow-up - Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank - Robin Gardiner goes further into the scandal of the sinking, not only with more evidence on the alleged 'scam' perpetrated by the While Star line but also with further evidence showing the possible collusion of the British government in /5.

The Olympic - posing as Titanic - was then sent out with the intention to be deliberately sunk near to a ship placed in the North Atlantic ready to pick up the passengers and crew. No matter that navigation was nowhere near so good in those days as it now is/5(38).

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Thank you for your : Ian Allan Publishing Ltd. In "Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank?" Robin Gardiner goes much further into the scandal of the sinking, not only with more evidence on the alleged 'scam' perpetrated by the White Star Line but also with further detail showing the possible collusion of the British government in the cover-up.

The Titanic and the Olympic moored side by side in Belfast. Although not a new theory, Robin Gardiner popularised the insurance swap theory in his book ‘Titanic - The Ship That Never Sank?’ Could it really have been the Olympic that sank in the Titanic’s place.

Evidence for Portholes. Proponents of the swap theory have pointed out disparities in the number of portholes on the ships.

In April the unthinkable happened - the supposedly unsinkable Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg. Or so it was thought.

For more than 80 years, the drama of the last hours of the Titanic has long fascinated the public. The discovery of the wreck by Dr. Robert Ballard and his team became one of the greatest media events of the late s/5(54).

Here, in another paperback reprint of Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank. the follow-up volume, Robin Gardiner reveals what really happened on that terrible night, and gives fresh evidence which sheds new light on the true circumstances/5(32). The Titanic never sank.

People seem to love a good insurance fraud story, so maybe it’s unsurprising that this conspiracy theory is one of the Titanic ’s Author: Becky Little.

Gardiner's book Titanic: the Ship that Never Sank. I hadn't read it and still haven't, but I had seen I hadn't read it and still haven't, but I had seen a youtube documentary outlining the major points.

It was described as an unsinkable ship but was destined to never reach its destination, as the Titan would crack open after colliding with an iceberg and sinking, leaving only a few survivors.

The cruise existed only on paper, in the imagination of the novelist Morgan Robertson, or so it seemed. In Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank. Robin Gardiner goes much further into the scandal of the sinking, not only with more evidence on the alleged 'scam' perpetrated by the White Star Line but also with further detail showing the possible collusion of the British government in the cover-up.

In this follow up to The Riddle of the Titanic, Robin Gardiner goes further into the scandal of the sinking not only with more evidence on the insurance scam, but also with more evidence proving the collusion of the British Government in the cover-up.

In the unthinkable happened - the supposedly unsinkable Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg. Or so it was thought. In the best selling book The Riddle of the Titanic, Robin Gardiner and his co-author Dan van der Vat shocked the world with their claims that it was not, in fact, the Titanic but the sister ship, the Olympic, which finished its days amidst the icy waters of the North /5(33).

Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank. - Documentary When an iceberg tore a ft gash in the hull of the Titanic, she went down in less than three hours. But w. Robin Gardiner (24 May – 23 July ) was an English Titanic conspiracy theorist who made several theories in which the Titanic never sank.

Most of the conspiracy theories revolved around an alleged switch with Titanic ' s sister ship, the RMS mater: City of Oxford College (Engineering). Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

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Product Information. In the unthinkable happened - the supposedly unsinkable Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg. Or so it was thought. In the best selling book The Riddle of the Titanic, Robin Gardiner and his co-author Dan van der Vat shocked the world with their claims that it was not, in fact, the Titanic but the sister ship, the Olympic, which finished its days amidst the icy.

It’s a mind-boggling mystery that Oxford author Robin Gardiner says isn’t so crazy in his book “The Great Titanic Conspiracy”. Gardiner says he can “prove” the Titanic never sank. According to a report from The Oxford Mail: The biggest ship of its kind, Titanic was billed ‘unsinkable’ by.

In the years following the sinking of the superliner RMS Titanic many alternative theories about how the Titanic sank have been put forward. The accepted reason for the sinking, which resulted in the death of more than 1, people, was that the ship struck an iceberg at PM on Ap and sank two hours and forty minutes later.

Researchers Bruce Beveridge and Steve Hall took issue with many of Gardiner's claims in their book, Olympic and Titanic: The Truth Behind the Conspiracy. Author Mark Chirnside has also raised serious questions about the switch theory.

Purposely sunk. Some theorists believe that the Titanic was sunk on purpose to eliminate opposition to the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank. book, Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank. Gardiner alleges that the Titanic and its nearly identical sistership Olympic were swapped as part of an insurance fraud, and the Olympic (posing as File Size: KB.

The Titanic sunk in In andtwo fictional stories came out that describe events uncannily similar to the real-life tragedy. Robin Gardiner wrote in his book “Titanic- The Ship that Never Sank” evidence that the Olympic, disguised as the Titanic was intentionally sunk. 7 pieces of evidence that the Olympic was in fact sunk intentionally are below and 5 pieces of evidence that it was the Titanic itself that sank in a freak accident follow.

Unsubscribe from Good Mythical Morning. Want to watch this again later. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Need to report the video. Sign in. Author Robin Gardiner has provided one of the most controversial conspiracy theories regarding the two ships.

In Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank, Gardiner states his opinion that the ship that sank that April morning was not the Titanic at all, but the Olympic disguised as the Titanic. There was a book written about an ‘unsinkable’, ~ foot cruiseliner ship, that hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic on an April night, didn’t have enough lifeboats, and killed most of it’s passengers.

Ship was called ‘The Titan’. The book was written in 14 years before the Titanic sank. One of the most controversial and complex theories is that the Titanic sinking was more than a tragic was put forward by Robin Gardiner in his book, Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank. Following on from The Riddle Of The Titanic(), co-authored with Dan Van Der Vat, the author includes more facts to support their theory of the switch perpetrated by the White Star line.

The ship sank quickly, and due to an insufficient amount of lifeboats, it took a majority of its passengers with it. The story sounds familiar to anyone with even minor knowledge of the Titanic. However, that story above isn’t a description of what happened to the Titanic.

The Ship That Never Sank. Thread starter Mike Bull; Start date ; Sidebar Sidebar. Forums. Titanic Culture. Titanic Books. Individual Authors. Robin Gardiner. Mike Bull. Member. 1 #1 Come on then, let's give this book the thorough discussion that it deserves!.

The Wild Conspiracy That the Titanic Never Sank The theory goes that one gigantic boat was swapped for another for insurance money, but it doesn't quite hold up. By David Grossman. Now in his controversial follow-up - Titanic: The Ship that Never Sank - Robin Gardiner goes further into the scandal of the sinking, not only with more evidence on the alleged 'scam' perpetrated by the While Star line but also with further evidence showing the possible /5(32).

The novella Futility, written in by U.S. writer Morgan Robertson, shows some eerie similarities to the famed story of the sinking of the Titanic, the Associated Press reports. Just how many similarities. Let’s take a look: Name: In Futility, the boat is described as the largest ship of its day and was called the Titan.

Size: The ships were practically the same size, with the Titanic. Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank. by Robin Gardiner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Titanic the Ship That Never Sank by Gardiner, Robin - AbeBooks.

But this was not the Titanic; it was the Titan, a fictional ship that sank in the pages of Morgan Robertson’s novella Futility (later retitled The Wreck of the Titan) — a book published. Over the years people have spoken about Titanic and learnt how it sunk on that dreadful night in Aprilhowever some people are led to believe that it was in fact its sister ship the Olympic that sunk as part of an insurance scam.

Olympic (left) being maneuvered into drydock in Belfast for repairs on the morning of March 2, after. Get this from a library. Titanic: the ship that never sank?. [Robin Gardiner] -- Did the Titanic really sink.

Or was it sister ship Olympic. Was it a massive cover-up or an insurance scam. These and many other questions are raised in Robin Gardiner's brilliantly entertaining read.

What Was the Titanic by Stephanie Sabol is a relatively short read intended primarily for a younger audience.

But, having said that, the author packs a lot of facts and historical information about the building of the Titanic and its tragic maiden voyage as well as the aftermath/5.

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Titanic The Ship That Never Sank. Thread starter Jamie Bryant; Start date ; Sidebar Sidebar. Forums. RMS Titanic in detail.

When I first purchased Gardiner's follow up book from Riddle of the Titanic, i too was quick to laugh off the idea, but then i read it, and the man makes valid points which fit into place better than what. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for "titanic" The Ship That Never Sank Gardiner Robin at the best online prices at eBay!

Free shipping for many products!5/5(2). Masked as the Titanic, the Olympic would be deliberately sunk, so that White Star could claim the full insurance for the lost ship Meanwhile, the Titanic would steadily complete its build, and continue life as the ‘Olympic’ But tragically, the staged sinking went wrong – after a deliberate collision with an iceberg, the ship steered left.Yet, some people have taken that doubt even further.

According to author Robin Gardner in his book Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank, it was not the Titanic that sank, but one of its sister ships, The Olympic, which, he alleges, was disguised as the Titanic!

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