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The Unsinkable

The Unsinkable

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Mrs. J. Bruce Ismay, wife of the director of the White Star Line which owned the Titantic. Her husband, largely blamed for the sinking, was shamed for leaving the Titantic in a lifeboat.


Titanic 5th Officer Harold Lowe was not actually on duty at the time of the collision, but was asleep in his cabin. He was awakened by the sound of people moving on the deck. When he looked out, he saw they were wearing life jackets, and made his way to the boat deck. He began over-seeing the lowering of lifeboats. Lowe's was one of only two lifeboats to return for survivors.

Part of the largest-ever recovered piece of the Titanic, including a porthole from the first-class cabin, is seen while being moved into the Luxor Resort & Casino Aug. 26, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 15-ton, 15-by-30 foot portion of the ship's hull will be housed in the "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" at the resort. (Ethan Miller, Getty Images / Premiere Exhibitions)

Titanic keys that could have saved the ship. The keys were in the possession of second officer David Blair, who forgot to pass them on to the person who ended up replacing him on the Titanic’s voyage. As we all know, thanks to James Cameron, no one was able to get to the binoculars, and as a result the ship met an untimely fate at the sharp edges of an iceberg.

Keys That Could've Saved The Titanic Sold For $149,000

A fireplace on the Titanic

Inside Titanic — Ultimate Titanic

Titanic's radio room

Mrs. Astor's life vest

Mrs. Astor's life vest

Musician’s salt-stained violin emerges as the most important relic from the Titanic

Musician's salt-stained violin emerges as the most important relic from the Titanic

Staunton Daily Leader, Staunton, VA., April 26, 1912 Bodies of Astor and Straus are Found at Sea

RMS Titanic: 100 Years Later - Astor and Straus Found

TITANIC: Only Seconds From the time the lookouts sounded the alert, the officers on the bridge had only 37 seconds to react before the Titanic hit the iceberg. In that time, First Officer Murdoch ordered "hard a-starboard" (which turned the ship to port -- left). He also ordered the engine room to put the engines in reverse. The Titanic did bank left, but it wasn't quite enough.

*THOMAS BEATTIE ~ 37. The night of the sinking he was lucky enough to scramble into possibly the last available lifeboat. His luck ran out later during the cold, dark night on the sea, as he died of exposure. The Carpathia came to rescue the survivors only, of Titanic.

One Titanic Lady’s RMS TITANIC - Favorite Passengers


Etude & Construction du RMS Titanic - Le RMS Titanic

The graves of the Titanic dead Most of the gravestones identical, with the name and identification number of the victim, and the identical date of death, 15 April 1912. There are over 300 graves in Halifax, most in this cemetery, and also some in the Roman Catholic and Jewish cemeteries.

This is the only known Real footage of Titanic

Titanic passenger baby Milvina

Even in mourning, Madeleine Astor wore the diamond dog collar and pearls her husband had given her.

Loss of White Star Line's Olympic-class vessel RMS Titanic which struck an iceberg on 12 April 1912 on her maiden voyage. Surviving wireless operator, Harold Bride, feet bandaged, being carried up gangway, New York. Disaster (Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images)

Haunting photos of the Titanic disaster

RMS TITANIC Crystal Glass Ware

White Star Line Titanic blanket

White Star Line Wool Blanket

graves of titanic passengers | London's Titanic Survivors : Bruce Ismay (Putney Vale Cemetery)

Charles Thomas, who died in the sinking of Titanic after helping his sister in law, Thelma Thomas and her son into a lifeboat.

Mary Ann's account of the Titanic disaster. about 1945