Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror

By: Smith, Stanley K.

Price: $75.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fair

The story of the Halifax Explosion, a tragedy that took place on December 6, 1917, and which was, until the detonation of atomic bombs, the most powerful man-made explosion in history, killing 2,000 people and injuring 9,000 more. 120 pages, including five-and-a-half pages of advertisements and "Descriptions That may Aid in Identification of Unclaimed Unidentified Bodies Which Have Been Interred." Illustrated w/60 photographs. No map. While relatively tight internally, this has a number of issues, including some soil, a bit of water damage, chipping, large pieces missing from spine, turned corners, and a cover that, without careful handling, won't be hanging on forever. All in all a fragile piece of Canadian history, but an extremely scarce one.

Title: Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror

Author Name: Smith, Stanley K.

Categories: History, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Halifax, Gerald E. Weir: 1918

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Fair

Size: Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall

Seller ID: 018192

Keywords: NOISBN, Halifax Explosion, Nova Scotia, WWII, World War II/2, SS Mont-Blanc, SS Imo, The Narrows, munitions, tragedies, Vincent (Vince) J. Coleman