unique book explores, with many comparison photographs and text, the
theory promoted by some that Olympic was switched in place of Titanic.
The basis was that on September 20, 1911, Olympic sailed from Southampton
and collided with HMS Hawke. Did Olympic suffer from such damage that
her structural integrity was compromisedwounds that were
so severe that she was not worth repairing? Was she switched with
her near identical sister Titanic in a ruse to intentionally sink
their mortally damaged flagship on April 15, 1912. Incredibly off
the wall as this plot seems, books have been written on this subject
convincing many to believe. The authors are two young men who have
spent many years specializing, researching and amassing a photographic
collection of both ships. This book addresses all the questions with
a wealth of evidence and provides the final answer to which wreck
actually lies on the bottom of the North Atlantic.