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Triangle: The Fire That Changed America - David von Drehle
Triangle: The Fire That Changed America
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Format: kindle
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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TeaStitchRead rated it
2.5 Triangle: The Fire That Changed America by David von Drehle
This was a dud. I guess I had higher expectations for this book than I was aware of because all I am feeling is disappointment. Yeah, the book does explain (not that well enough in my opinion) what happened and how it happened, but I felt that the author was much more interested in writing about the...
Chrissie's Books
Chrissie's Books rated it
OK, do you really want the truth....... I feel I ought to like this book. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it. BUT, but, but I was not all that engaged! Why?There were too many people to get engaged with any one of them.It read like a textbook, at least in parts. This is a book about politics ...
Nancy rated it
Triangle: The Fire That Changed America is a moving and riveting account of the Triangle fire of March 25, 1911, the deadliest workplace disaster in New York City for 90 years. It destroyed the lives of 146 workers, the majority of them young immigrant women. The author successfully brings to lif...
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3.0 Triangle: The Fire That Changed America
On March 25, 1911, 146 people died at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City. 6 of them were never identified. Many of those dead died from jumping out of the windows fleeing the fire; jumping seemed better than being burned alive.A woeful lack of fire inspections, fire safety equipme...
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