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  1. Akinorg
    I enjoyed the book. When someone recommended it to me to read, I wasn't really sure I'd like it because I tend to read other genres. And then I saw it was by Leonard Carpenter, and knew how he wrote. So, being that I don't know much about the Lusitania, and I hoped it was a way to get information in an entertaining way. I wasn't disappointed/5(15).
  2. Kizil
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  3. Faujas
    John O’Connell ( – ), 19, was the youngest surviving fireman on the Lusitania‘s last voyage. He was on deck when the torpedo struck and saw the explosion column of water. When the ship started listing, he moved to the port side boat deck of Lusitania until he jumped over the side of the ship. John O’Connell survived and married.
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  5. Daiktilar
    The most popular song of the early days of World War I, and one of the songs indelibly linked to it, was "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary."The song was a recent hit of the British music halls at the outbreak of the war, and was being sung by marching soldiers from the first weeks of the conflict.
  6. Kikus
    RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner that was sunk on 7 May by a German U-boat 11 miles (18 km) off the southern coast of Ireland. The sinking presaged the United States declaration of war on Germany two years folkmetal.mavelvcerebordrelanrad.infoinfo: ft ( m).
  7. Makasa
    Erik Larson’s latest work of narrative nonfiction is DEAD WAKE: THE LAST CROSSING OF THE LUSITANIA, which became an immediate New York Times bestseller. His saga of the Chicago World’s Fair of , THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY, was a finalist for the National Book Award, and won an Edgar Award for fact-crime writing, and lingered on various /5(K).

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