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The Titanic as it is now.

Titanic Memorial, Washington, D.C.

The Titanic on the floor of the ocean.

Memories: More than 100 years after Titanic sank, this violin has been confirmed as the one that played as the ship went down

Irish steerage passenger on the Titanic Nora Fleming

Mrs. James J. "Molly" Brown, a survivor of the Titanic, aboard the Carpathia, April 1912. The Titanic was considered unsinkable but foundered in frigid Atlantic waters off Newfoundland after striking an iceberg. About 700 passengers survived in lifeboats, but some 1,500 perished in the sinking. REUTERS/George Grantham Bain Collection/Library of Congress/Handout

Titanic Second-Class Family Caldwell: Albert Francis, 26, Sylvia Mae, 26, and son Alden Gates, 10-months-old: While returning to their home at Roseville, IL from a mission to teach in Siam, the Caldwells travelled through Europe to England where they booked on Titanic. Sylvia got into Lifeboat 13, Alden was tossed to Steward Frederick Ray in the stern, and Albert stepped onto the bow. Alden cried until someone realized his feet were exposed. This was remembered by survivor Lawrence Beesley.

Captain Smith on the starboard side of Titanic's bridge.

Lucy Noel Martha Leslie, the Countess of Rothes, apparently showed great courage during the sinking of the Titanic, taking control of her lifeboat and steering 35 passengers to safety where the Carpathia rescued them five hours later. (Getty Images)

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“The most difficult struggle of all is the one within ourselves. Let us not get accustomed and adjusted to these conditions. The one who adjusts ceases to discriminate between good and evil. He becomes a slave in body and soul. Whatever may happen to you, remember always: Don’t adjust! Revolt against the reality!” -Mordechai Anielewicz