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As the Titanic sailed out of Southampton, her huge displacement caused the mooring lines on the SS New York to break, and the New York’s stern swung out and nearly hit the Titanic, as seen in this picture

Loss of HMAS Sydney (II),pride of Australian navy,long been source of pain & bewilderment.Off Western Australia in late 1941;following successful tour in Mediterranean,Sydney encountered ship claiming to be Dutch freighter-actually HSK Kormoran,German raider that menaced merchant ships for months.As Sydney approached,Kormoran opened fire,crippling powerful ship in minutes.Both sank,but most of Kormoran crew survived & captured,while Sydney & 645 crew gone without trace.Lifeboats never used.

from Country Living

These Are Actual Menus for the Titanic's First, Second, and Third Class Passengers

These Are Actual Menus for the Titanic's First, Second, and Third Class Passengers - CountryLiving.com

from Mail Online

At rest on the seabed: The wreck of the Titanic as never seen before after sonar images reveal details of the doomed liner

At rest on the seabed: The wreck of the Titanic as never seen before after sonar images reveal details of the doomed liner