The Life of Bruce Ismay After Titanic’s Sinking – Part One

December 31, 2016

The RMS Titanic was the dream of a man named Joseph Bruce Ismay, also known as J. Bruce Ismay. Ismay and a man named Lord William James Pirrie, who ran the shipyard Harland and Wolff. One night, after they had dinner together, the two men poured drinks, lit cigars, and had a talk about the future […]

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First Titanic Film Came Out One Month After Sinking

December 24, 2016

The movie industry has changed a lot since the RMS Titanic went down in 1912. These days, a movie can take a month or two to film, then up to another six months of editing, sound, and special effects. However, back in 1912, movies were put out in a matter of weeks, and a great example […]

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Titanic Movie Actor Bernard Fox Dead At Age 89

December 17, 2016

Since the RMS Titanic sank in 1912, movie makers have been trying to capture that terrible night on film. One of the most important, and historically accurate films about Titanic to come out was A Night to Remember. Released in 1958, the movie was based on Walter Lord’s best selling book by the same name, and starred Kenneth Moore. However, […]

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Titanic Memorial Plaque Not Stolen After All

November 30, 2016

On the night of April 14th, 1912, a large ship named the RMS Titanic was sailing across the North Atlantic heading for New York City. The first four days of the voyage were absolutely perfect, in fact, too good according to the passengers aboard her. The Titanic boasted the best of everything including accommodations and food, and every […]

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Letter Written By Charles Lightoller Up for Auction

November 30, 2016

On the night of April 14th, 1912, a man by the name of Charles Herbert Lightoller was standing on the bridge of the RMS Titanic. Lightoller was on board the Titanic as er second officer, a slit demotion for him, but he was just happy to be aboard the largest ship yet launched. Though despite his status as […]

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Titanic Conspiracy Theory: Did JP Morgan Cause the Sinking?

November 30, 2016

Back in 1912, the shipping line the White Star Line was bought out by an American named John Pierpont Morgan.  Also known as JP, Morgan was a business man that had a lot of companies all over the United States, and then began to branch out. Morgan decided to venture into the shipping business, and bout a […]

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Amazing Titanic Pictures – Part Three

October 31, 2016

The art of photography has been around since the 1800′s. For over 200 years, people have used photographs to capture moments in their lives that are important such as the birth of a child, or recording how their child has grown from a baby all the way to when they leave the home. However, photographs […]

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Amazing Titanic Pictures – Part Two

October 31, 2016

There is an old saying that a picture can be worth one thousand words. While this old saying is true, there are some pictures that can inspire way more than one thousand worlds or way less, depending on the subject of the image. One of the biggest disasters of the 20th century involves a ship […]

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Amazing Titanic Pictures – Part One

October 31, 2016

The RMS Titanic was one of three sister ships that was the brain child of two men named Lord Pirrie and Joseph Bruce Ismay.  The two men were both very powerful, and one night over dinner and cocktails, the two of them concocted a way for the White Star Line to rule the ocean. Pirrie and Ismay […]

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Bacteria Will Destroy Titanic By 2030

September 30, 2016

Back in 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, England. On board the ship, which at the time was the biggest in the world, there were over 2228 people, but on the fourth day of the voyage the ship struck an iceberg and sank killing over 1500 of the passengers and crew.  The Titanic was one of the […]

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Could Titanic’s Sinking Have Been Prevented? – Part Two

September 30, 2016

Whenever something bad happens, people always look for some kind of explanation. What happened that caused the tragedy? Why did people have to get injured or die? A typical question would be what could have been done differently that fateful night? One of the biggest disasters of the 20th century involved the sinking of the RMS […]

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