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POLL: Favorite Book by Walter Lord?


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unknown member writes:

First of his I read was "A Night To Remember",whetted my interest at the time in the story of RMS Titanic. His follow-up,"The Night Lives On" also ,in the aftermath of Bob Ballard's finding of the Big T;quite an interesting read also.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
not my cup of tea
6
7%
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A Night to Remember (1955)
6
7%
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Day of Infamy (1957)
11
12%
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The Past That Would Not Die (1965)
0
0%
 
The Fremantle Diary (1954) (ed.)
0
0%
 
Incredible Victory (1967)
8
9%
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A Time to Stand (1961)
2
2%
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none of these/no opinion
45
49%
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Lonely Vigil (1977)
1
1%
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The Dawn's Early Light (1972)
5
5%
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all of the above
1
1%
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The Night Lives On: Thoughts, Theories and Revelations about the Titanic (1986)
1
1%
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The Good Years (1960)
0
0%
 
The Miracle of Dunkirk (1982)
4
4%
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other (explain)
2
2%
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Peary and the Pole (1963)
0
0%
 
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POLL DESCRIPTION

unknown member writes:

One of my favorite authors. He always managed bring a excitement to a subject and inspire me want to read more about it. Many of his books inspired a life long interest in that subject.

Poll set up by unknown member, based on this pre-poll discussion.