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The Titanic: 100 years later.  The Atlanta Constitution reported on the men “who met death like heroes.” (Newseum collection)

The Titanic: 100 years later. The Atlanta Constitution reported on the men “who met death like heroes.” (Newseum collection)

The Express' coverage of Fiesta makes for an odd pairing with the sinking of the Titanic in April 1912. For more, click on the link.

News reaches S.A. that Titanic sinks

The Express' coverage of Fiesta makes for an odd pairing with the sinking of the Titanic in April 1912. For more, click on the link.

The Oak Island "Money Pit" I love reading about it and imagining  the possibilities.  Who, What, When, Why??? -Pam

The Money Pit of Oak Island

The Oak Island "Money Pit" I love reading about it and imagining the possibilities. Who, What, When, Why??? -Pam

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!

Print Advertisement from 1912    This ad for Wailes, Dove & Co's Bitumastic's anti-corrosive covering, placed in The Marine Engineer and Naval Architect in March 1912 mentions "The largest vessels afloat: White Star Liners R.M.S. Olympic and Titanic (45,000 tons)."

Print Advertisement from 1912 This ad for Wailes, Dove & Co's Bitumastic's anti-corrosive covering, placed in The Marine Engineer and Naval Architect in March 1912 mentions "The largest vessels afloat: White Star Liners R.M.S. Olympic and Titanic (45,000 tons)."

Titanic hero : the autobiography of captain Rostron of the Carpathia / Arthur Rostron

Titanic hero : the autobiography of captain Rostron of the Carpathia / Arthur Rostron

Wouldn't really say 2005 cause thouse uniforms are consistent with World War II uniforms, specifically during the Siege of Bastogne or the Battle of the Bulge.

Wouldn't really say 2005 cause thouse uniforms are consistent with World War II uniforms, specifically during the Siege of Bastogne or the Battle of the Bulge.

The illustrated papers of the day were picture-heavy, with teams of artists and reporters working on witness interviews, features, and other human interest angles. Two editions of now-defunct British periodical The Sphere led with the Titanic disaster in the following weeks. The first casts London's ubiquitous newspaper sellers as "modern messengers of death".

The illustrated papers of the day were picture-heavy, with teams of artists and reporters working on witness interviews, features, and other human interest angles. Two editions of now-defunct British periodical The Sphere led with the Titanic disaster in the following weeks. The first casts London's ubiquitous newspaper sellers as "modern messengers of death".

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