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    • Pilar Cofan

      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

    • Bonnie Burns

      Iceberg believed to have hit the Titanic. Picture from the Western Union Cable ship in the area

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