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menu for First class passengers

RMS Titanic, Ship of Dreams

First class dinner menu dated April. This was, for many, the last meal eaten by those in Class.

Posibles restos humanos, incrustados en el lecho marino

University of Rhode Island/NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration, shows The remains of a coat and boots, articulated in the mud on the sea bed near Titanic's stern, are suggestive evidence of where a victim of the disaster came to rest.

Thomas Andrews  Builder of the Ship of Dreams  "Mr. Andrews met his fate like a true hero,  realizing the great danger, and gave up his life   to save the women and children of the Titanic."  --Mary Sloan, Titanic Stewardess  Letter to her sister, 27 April 1912

Thomas Andrews Builder of the Ship of Dreams "Mr. Andrews met his fate like a true hero, realizing the great danger, and gave up his life to save the women and children of the Titanic." --Mary Sloan, Titanic Stewardess Letter to her sister, 27 April 1912

Titanic Survivors Headline  April 19, 1912

A newspaper article updating the public on the welfare of Titanic survivors who had to be hospitalized.

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A remarkable variety of elements came together to sink the famed steamship Titanic.

Why and How the Titanic Sank (Infographic)

Why and How the Titanic Sank (Infographic) - by Karl Tate, LiveScience Infographic Artist

Titanic infographic - cool fact sheet, amazing 711 survived . . .mind-boggling facts!

Titanic infographic - contains interesting facts about the Titanic and how the unsinkable ship sank.

Titanic Fact #11: On the night of the sinking the stars shined so brightly that many passengers thought they were ship lights.

Titanic Fact On the night of the sinking the stars shined so brightly that many passengers thought they were ship lights. (That's really sad actually, they probably thought it was ships coming to save them.

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