!!> Epub ➡ Titanic Survivor ➠ Author Violet Jessop – Pocket-bikes.us

Titanic Survivor Reading Titanic Survivor Violet Jessop Capitalsoftworks.co.uk After A Childhood In Argentina And Formative Years In England,Violet Jessop Spent Her Entire Career At Sea She Was A Stewardess For First Class Passengers On The Titanic And She Wrote An Absolutely Unique Eyewitness Account On The Most Written About Disaster Of Our Time Four Years Later, Violet Was A Nurse Onboard The Hospital Ship Britannic When It Struck A Mine And Sank To The Bottom Of The Aegean But Titanic Survivor Is Much A Unique Autobiography For Those Who Want To Know How It Really Felt, A Story That Could Be Told Only By A Titanic Survivor.

!!> Epub ➡ Titanic Survivor  ➠ Author Violet Jessop – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Hardcover
  • 238 pages
  • Titanic Survivor
  • Violet Jessop
  • English
  • 27 May 2017
  • 1574090356

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  1. says:

    I was a little skeptical when first approaching this book, because seeing as it was republished in 97 the whole Leonardo Dicaprio Titanic thing was in full swing, so I was thinking that possibly the producers would manipulate the memoir to serve as a promotional tool I know, my mind works in strange ways.Thankfully I was wrong The memoir barely concerns itself with the Titanic as you read it, you quickly discover you re reading about Violet Jessop s life at sea, not the great unsinkable , d I was a little skeptical when first approaching this book, because seeing as it was republished in 97 the whole Leonardo Dicaprio Titanic thing was in full swing, so I was thinking that possibly the producers would manipulate the memoir to serve as a promotional tool I know, my mind works in strange ways.Thankfully ...


  2. says:

    The most amazing thing about this story is Violet Jessop, not only was she on board the Titanic sank but she was also on the Britannic 4 years later as a nurse She was also on the third ship the Olympic when it collided with another ship.She sounds...


  3. says:

    I went to a book stall, saw four books on the Titanic, and was persuaded after a promise of a deal to grab all four up The seller told me after I decided to buy them, Good, a woman who knows her mind And so, that s how I got to reading the memoirs of Violet Jessop It was the part about the Titanic that I wanted to read of her life, but since only two chapters are actually about the Titanic, I can see why it s considered a memoir It s about a stewardess with struggles and feelings and hear I went to a book stall, saw four books on the Titanic, and was persuaded after a promise of a deal to grab all four up The seller told me after I decided to buy them, Good, a woman who knows her mind And so, that s how I got to reading the memoirs of Violet Jessop It was the part about the Titanic that I wanted to read of her life, but since only two chapters are actually about the Titanic, I can see why it s considered a memoir It s about a stewardess with struggles and feelings and heartaches as she grows up and enters the sailing world The tale of her love for Ned was heartbreaking, and the way she described things made me realize she was a woman who took pleasure in beautiful ...


  4. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this biography, but I knew before I read it that the memoirs were of her whole life, not just of the four days she worked on the Titanic I can understand that promoting this book as if it is all about the Titanic would leave some people disappointed Violet Jessop wa...


  5. says:

    What a pleasure to read This is the memoir of a remarkable woman who neither altered history nor achieved fame and fortune, but rather worked hard, was kind to all, and made the best of life along the way Jessop was born in Argentina to Irish immigrants and later immigrated to England with her mother and siblings after her father died Her widowed mother was unable to make ends meet for herself and this prompted Violet to ultimately put her own educational goals aside and step u...


  6. says:

    Thank God Thank God she survived not one, not two, but three ship wrecks When I listen to her describe the sinking of the Titanic while she watched from a boat bobbing in the water next to it, it gives me a whole different perspective than just what writers write about it She also introduces you to her people on board these ships and you can finally connect with the people who LIVED on these ships These ships were their homes But the description of the sinking of the Britannic is what is ho Thank God Thank God she survived not one, not two, but three ship wrecks When I listen to her describe the sinking of the Titanic while she watched from a boat bobbing in the water next to it, it gives me a whole different perspective than just what writers write about it She also introduces you to her people on board these ships and you can finally connect with the people who LIVED on these ships These ships were their homes But the description of the sinking of the Britannic is what is horrifying to read How she ever got back on a ship after Titanic is a wonder, but after the Britannic, you KNOW this woman loved the sea Loved her job Loved to travel Don t be fooled by the title She was definitely a Titanic Survivor, but the story here is about her life Titanic is just part of it You get to know her from childhood until she passes away in old age I am a wonder...


  7. says:

    Violet Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and nurse who achieved wordwide fame by surviving the disastrous sinkings of both the RMS Titanic and the HMHS Britannic in 1912 and 1916 respectively, as well as RMS Olympic collision on October 20, 1910 The book Titanic Survivor contains some passages of Violet Jessop memoir written in 1934, originally named Neptune s Greenroom Violet Jessop life story is indeed a mesmerizing one and makes up for an amazing tale of endurance and survival In additi Violet Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and nurse who achieved wordwide fame by surviving the disastrous sinkings of both the RMS Titanic and the HMHS Britannic in 1912 and 1916 respectively, as well as RMS Olympic collision on October 20, 1910 The book Titanic Survivor contains some passages of Violet Jessop memoir written in 1934, originally named Neptune s Greenroom Violet Jessop life story is indeed a mesmerizing one and makes up for an amazing tale of endurance and survival In addition to describing to great detail Jessop s life at sea, the book also regards Jessop s childhood in Argentina where she was born to an Irish immigrant family an...


  8. says:

    Bought in a second hand bookstore that was sadly closing down, this book immediately caught my eye as I walked in It was in the ship section of the store, which just so happened to be in the front of the store or else I wouldn t have seen it I admit to finding my favorite sections first in stores, never even looking at things like cars, ships etc because the other sections seemimportant This was a good deviation from habit If you re looking for a book on surviving the Titanic, then look Bought in a second hand bookstore that was sadly closing down, this book immediately caught my eye as I walked in It was in the ship section of the store, which just so happened to be in the front of the store or else I wouldn t have seen it I admit to finding my favorite sections first in stores, never even looking at things like cars, ships etc becau...


  9. says:

    Seriously, how many times can you be on a ship that sinks This is the diary of a woman who was a ship stewardess and gives an interesting look at the world at that time One bit that fascinated me was that she learned when the Titanic sank how much she missed her toothbrush after...


  10. says:

    Very scary memoir of a cruise ship stewardess who survived the sinking of the Titanic, and then went on to barely survive the sinking of the Britannic This features an enjoyable, very British kind of understatement and stuffiness Should prove to be a great de...

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