The true TITANIC story!
I can never understand why God would have spared a poor Finnish girl when all those rich people drowned.” Ms. Anna Turja Lundi, Titanic survivor
Lifeboats approaching the Carpathia.
John Jacob Astor catching the train that would take him to Titanic.
Madeline inherited from her husband the income from a five million dollar trust fun and the use of his home on fifth Ave, and in the Newport so long as she did not marry. In August 1912 she gave birth to a son with whom she was pregnant on the Titanic and she named him after her husband, John Jacob Astor.
Madeleine Astor, who survived the Titanic. Her husband, John Jacob Astor IV did not.
Documentary about the recent attempts to identify some of the victims retrieved from sea after the Titanic was lost.
Once the disaster occured, Michel Navratil knew he had to now trust someone else with his precious children. He loved his sons and when handing them to strangers in Collapsible Lifeboat D he kissed them goodbye. The boys were handed into the arms of two different passengers - one to a First-Class and the other to a Third-Class. Mr. Navratil remained behind after placing his sons in Collapsible D. When the Titanic sank, Michel Navratil was aged 32 years. He had boarded the Titanic as a 2nd Cl...
Ruth Elizabeth Becker, known later as Ruth Becker Blanchard, was one of the youngest passengers on the Titanic at 12 years old, and until relatively recently was one of the few remaining Titanic survivors. Her story is harrowing, but it’s inspirational that someone so young was able to exhibit such bravery, even in the face of a horrific disaster that few of us can truly picture in our minds. The daughter of a Lutheran missionary, Ruth was born in Guntur, India in 1899. When her brot...