Isaac Russell's Remarkable Interview with Harold Bride, Sole Surviving Wireless Operator from the Titanic
Utah Historical Quarterly
Salt Lake City, UT
Utah Historical Society
The article describes an interview conducted by "New York Times" newspaper reporter Isaac Russell with Marconi wireless radio operator Harold Bride on April 18, 1912. According to the article, Bride was the only surviving wireless radio operator from the sunken ship the RMS "Titanic." The article discusses Russell's journalistic career, his interview with Bride aboard the ship "Carpathia," and the role played by inventor Guglielmo Marconi's invention in the rescue of "Titanic" passengers.