The Unsinkable


The Unsinkable

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Titanic by Jennicole, via Flickr

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Eva Hart At left is a picture of the crowd awaiting the ship's survivors in New York City. Eva Hart was seven years old at the time of the Titanic disaster. A second-class passenger with her parents, Eva lost her father in the tragedy. She went on to live a vibrant life, and spoke frequently about the sinking of Titanic and her approach to life.

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This photo of the iceberg that sank the Titanic was taken by the chief steward of the German ocean liner SS Prinz Adalbert just hours after the tragedy. Its identity was confirmed by a red streak of paintwork scraped across its base, an indication that it had collided with a vessel in the past 12 hours or so

Was this the red paint-scarred iceberg that sank the Titanic?

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Titanic Survivors

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Titanic Second Class Dining Room chair

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Photo of windows of stateroom W and U from first class cabins from Titanic wreck (credit: AP)

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Aging cable building in Canso, Nova Scotia. The first distress call from the Titanic was received in this building.

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Photo of the last surviving member of the Titanic. Photo taken briefly after being saved.

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Titanic Barber Shop

The Titanic Gazette: Titanic Barber Shop

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Liability claim of Titanic survivor Albina Bassani against the White Star Line, 1913.

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The D deck elevator foyer

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Titantic Photographs by Fr. Francis Browne - LightBox

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The massive side of the ocean liner's hull was held together by riveted plates. Dr. Robert Ballard, who found the wreck of the Titanic, suggested that the leak that sunk the ship happened when an iceberg collision caused faulty rivets to pop out of place and allow the hull plates to separate.

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Taken aboard the Adriatic before Browne's voyage on the Titanic, the photograph shows two wireless operators. The gentleman on the left is Jack Phillips, who would stick to his post aboard the Titanic summoning rescuers for those who, unlike himself, were leaving the ship in lifeboats. One of the undisputed heroes of the disaster, he is honored by memorials erected on both sides of the Atlantic. Photo: Father Frank Browne

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Titanic's different china patterns used between first, second and third class

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Dining Room

Picasa Web Albums - Simon Eade - RMS Titanic

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Titanic Ship Artifacts | Titanic Artifact Exhibit Opens Saturday - Fort Worth Weekly

Titanic Artifact Exhibit Opens Saturday

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All Things TITANIC - The Ship - Construction

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The last survivor of the 1912 sinking of the "Titanic," Millvina Dean, has died in a nursing home in England at the age of 97, on May 30, 2009.

Last Titanic survivor dies, aged 97

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This bell is from the Titanic, and was raised from the ocean floor. The Titanic bell rang when lookout Frederick Fleet shouted, "Iceberg right ahead!" (AFP/Getty Images)

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The Titanic kitchen

Tour Inside Titanic - 1912

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Anxious callers outside offices of the White Star Line waiting to learn news of survivors of shipwreck of luxury liner “Titanic” which sank off Newfoundland after it struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage. New York, NY, US Now the former WSL Office is a Radio Shack.

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Titanic: Extract from Sidney's diary, 18 year old Sidney Daniels, crew

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RMS "Titanic"'s propeller shaft

All Things TITANIC - The Ship - Construction

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