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A commemorative Titanic stamp from Gambia, part of a collection of enthusiast Kenneth Mascarenhas, is seen on board the Titanic Memorial Cruise in the mid-Altantic Ocean April

Biographies of everyone that travelled on board RMS TitanicThe list contains everyone that travelled on the maiden voyage but also those crew that

Biographies of everyone that travelled on board RMS TitanicThe list contains everyone that travelled on the maiden voyage but also those crew that

Biographies of everyone that travelled on board RMS TitanicThe list contains everyone that travelled on the maiden voyage but also those crew that

Biographies of everyone that travelled on board RMS TitanicThe list contains everyone that travelled on the maiden voyage but also those crew that

Cuando se lanzaron las bengalas de color blanco (señal internacional de auxilio), al momento del hundimiento del barco, embarcaciones cercanas pensaron que se trataban de luces originadas por algún festejo en el Titanic.

Cuando se lanzaron las bengalas de color blanco (señal internacional de auxilio), al momento del hundimiento del barco, embarcaciones cercanas pensaron que se trataban de luces originadas por algún festejo en el Titanic.

1950 poster - they said it was so well built even God couldn't sink her. Stupid humans!! Don't ever challenge God!

1950 poster - they said it was so well built even God couldn't sink her. Stupid humans!! Don't ever challenge God!

John Law Hulme    Age: 21  Embarked at Southampton, England on Wednesday, 10th of April, 1912. A second class passenger, J.L. Hulme was the violinist of Titianic's band. He, like all of the musicians, died in the sinking just five days after he boarded. Only his and two other musician's bodies were recovered and identified. J. L. Hulme is buried in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

John Law Hulme Age: 21 Embarked at Southampton, England on Wednesday, 10th of April, 1912. A second class passenger, J.L. Hulme was the violinist of Titianic's band. He, like all of the musicians, died in the sinking just five days after he boarded. Only his and two other musician's bodies were recovered and identified. J. L. Hulme is buried in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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