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Surprising Facts About the Titanic – Part One

July 24, 2016

Back in 1912, the world was a different place than. People had a more innocent quality then they do now, and this naivety spread through all the classes. The 20th century was still in its early years, but the 20th century had not really officially begun as modern times know it, with war, famine, poverty, […]

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Inside the Titanic – Documentary Review

June 30, 2016

The RMS Titanic shocked the world when the most famous ship ever struck an iceberg and sank into the North Atlantic. The world at that time was innocent, and definitely not the 20th and 21st century of modern times that society in general is used to. When Titanic was gone forever, the world literally did not know […]

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Ken Marschall – World’s Most Famous Titanic Artist- Part One

January 16, 2016

There are some people in the world that have a talent that was truly heaven-sent. For some, it is the ability to play music, while others seem to have a very natural ability when it comes to athletics. However, there are those who can pick up a paintbrush, or a lump of clay, and create […]

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Wallace Hartley’s Famous Violin Returning to Branson Museum

August 9, 2015

One of the most famous pieces of history is returning to a place that it once called home. Just what is this very special piece of history? The violin that once belonged to a young man named Wallace Hartley. For anyone that is a student of the famous sinking of the RMS Titanic, the name Wallace […]

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Missing Titanic Plaque Found In Spain

July 26, 2015

Back in 1909, the great ship, the RMS Titanic  began construction. By this time, her big sister, RMS Olympic was already completed, and on her way to being fitted out. The world would never be the same, especially once the Titanic  was built, launched, and then ultimately sank. However, once this great ship was complete, there was a […]

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Drain the Titanic – Documentary Review

June 29, 2015

The RMS Titanic sank in 1912, and this year marks the 30th anniversary of when the great ship was found in 1985.  Bob Ballard found the ship on the night of September 1, and it was a huge relief to the team. Ballard, and his team from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute had been searching for […]

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Amazing Titanic Stories You Didn’t Know About

May 9, 2015

Think you know all about the Titanic? Well guess what, she has been gone for 103 years, and new stories area coming out about her all the time. In the over 100 years, more and more stories about things that happened that terrible night are being discovered and shared with the whole world. Think you know all […]

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Rare Titanic Deck Chair Up For Auction and Sells

April 19, 2015

On April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic sank into the  black waters of the North Atlantic while only 705 survivors watched from tiny lifeboats. Within one hour after the Titanic went down, the RMS Carpathia showed up at the scene, and the survivors were taken on board to warm blankets, coffee, brandy, and the welcoming arms of the […]

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Titanic Mystery: What Happened to Her Lifeboats?

April 15, 2015

Almost 103 years ago, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg at 11:40 pm that Sunday night. The impact was so mild that very few people even felt it, and the ones that did basically ignored it and went back to sleep. However, the ship was mortally wounded, and it was only a matter of time before […]

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Wreck & Sinking of the Titanic – Book Review

February 8, 2015

Back in 1912, the world was a very different place. Even though it was the 12th year of the 20th century, there was still of naivety that made it still seem like the 1800s. Mankind was changing, and things like automobiles were starting to be produced, and things were beginning to prosper like never before. […]

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Wreck & Sinking of Titanic – Last Man Who Left – Archibald Gracie

February 8, 2015

Back in 1912, a man named Archibald Gracie boarded the RMS Titanic. He was an older man, who always kept in great shape, and he enjoyed the amenities that the big ship provided. When disaster struck, Archibald Gracie was one of the first men up on deck to help out with assisting with helping everyone to keep […]

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