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Pocket watch retrieved from an unknown victim of the disaster. It had stopped at 02:28, a few minutes after its owner went into the water.

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Mr Threlfall, Leading Stoker on the Titanic, (left) later gave evidence that he saw the closing of the water-tight doors, and how Captain Smith, at the last, gave the command "Every man for himself." He said he saw Captain Smith go down with his ship. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images)

In pictures: The aftermath of the Titanic tragedy


Jack Prideaux, 3rd Class Titanic Steward Jack Prideaux, who was born in Southampton, was one of the stewards on board Titanic. There were over 300 stewards working on the ship, looking after the needs of passengers. Prideaux was assigned to care for those in Third Class. The 23 year old died when Titanic sank, his body was never found.

Titanic - Jack Prideaux, 3rd Class Titanic Steward



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This is believed to be the iceberg that sank the Titanic on April 14-15, 1912. The photograph was taken from the deck of the Western Union Cable Ship, Mackay Bennett, commanded by Captain DeCarteret. The Mackay Bennett was one of the first ships to reach the scene of the Titanic disaster. According to Captain DeCarteret, this was the only berg at the scene of the sinking when he arrived.

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Did you know two-year-old, Phyllis Quick, was picked up by a women who could not find her own child, but was later returned to her mother, Jane Quick? Phyllis went on to marry and have four children in her home city of Detroit, MI., but sadly took her own life in 1954 at the age of 45. #Titanic #Trivia

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Shoes from a survivor of the Titanic.

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Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April 20. Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage: • Henry Adams, descendant of two presidents and author of “The Education of Henry Adams.” • John Alden Dix, then governor of New York.(above) • J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line. A survivor of the Titanic disaster, Ismay was portrayed as a villain in many accounts.

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Two dogs were among the Titanic survivors.

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History In Pictures ‏- Rare photo shows a priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea. 1912

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Titanic Artifacts

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ida and isidor straus memorial "Memory" commemorating their death on the Titanic. At 106th and Broadway.

“A Titanic Love Affair”


John Jacob Astors Dog Crate

John Jacob Astor's Dog Crate | 1stdibs.com


The Jane NYC.In 1912, the survivors of the Titanic stayed at the hotel until the end of the American Inquiry into the ship’s sinking. The surviving crew held a memorial service at the hotel four days after the ship sank.

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The first telegram about the sinking of the Titantic.

The Post Office aboard the Titanic. | Cruising The Past


Titanic in Belfast Footage, 1912

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Titanic Crew Memorial

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Titanic Graveyard, Halifax, where victims of the Titanic are buried.

From Captain's Daughter to Army Mom: Let's tour Halifax!


Mortuary Bag No. 41 The mortuary bag on display was used to identify and safeguard the personal effects of Titanic victim Edmund Stone, Body No. 41. Stone was a 33 year old First Class bedroom Steward from Southampton. His body was found by the Halifax cable ship Mackay-Bennett and buried at sea.

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Rare Titanic Postmark. The only communication known to exist from a Titanic postal worker is this postcard sent by James Bertram (Pat) Williamson, to his sweethear, Miss Gladys Copeland. Pat was promised a kiss by Gladys if he sent her a souvenir from Titanic. The message reads: 10th April, 1912. George wanted me to wait last night for you to fulfill your promise. This is a souvenir of Titanic's maiden voyage. Pat.

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Goodbye to the Emigrants One of Frank Browne's last photographs of Titanic, taken at Queenstown (Cobh) on 11 April, 1912. He sent this picture to the Odell family and it is sometimes erroneously attributed to them. The twelve photographs taken by the Odells, who disembarked with Frank Browne at Queenstown, are the only other surviving pictures taken of Titanic taken by maiden voyagers.

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TITANIC FACING SLIP: Found on Oscar Scott Woody’s body nine days after Titanic’s sinking, this facing slip bears one of the clearest surviving strikes of the ship’s onboard postmark (Transatlantic Post Office 7). Clerks placed facing slips on bundles of mail to indicate their destination. Via Donna Bair Maladaev Museum

Fire & Ice: Hindenburg and Titanic


Dear Charles, Lost to Sea, Titanic

Dear Charles, Lost to Sea, Titanic


The owner of this account has now left the earth , he became 97 years old can you imagine that? i'm his grand-son and i'm taking over this account for now... he told me some incredible stuff about the ship, the accident and the people he met there , and i remember when he saw james cameron's version of titanic (1997) he said that the movie was great , but like rose said in the movie , '' the self-experience was different '' but can you imagine how wierd it most be to see the movie if you have...

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