Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion & the Road to Recovery
Nimbus, 2008 - 220 pages
This book, the most comprehensive ever written on the Explosion, details the terrific devastation, the aftermath and the restoration. It encompasses dozens of previously unpublished stories, photographs, and documents, along with some thought-provoking coverage of the inquiry into the disaster. A best-selling book from its first printing in 1989, this new edition has an updated cover and is sure to be a must-have for readers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hemlokgang - LibraryThing
This is a detailed, pieced together telling of the massive explosion in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1917. It was interesting, for the most part, and covered multiple facets of the disaster, including personal stories, finances, the recovery, the evaluation of the event. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lindawest - LibraryThing
A comprehensive reconstruction of the Halifax Harbour Explosion of 12/6/1917 and all the related events that followed; investigation, aid to persons affected, reconstruction, prosecution, and personal ... Read full review