Rare Titanic Pictures For Every Titanic Enthusiast- Part Two

October 24, 2015

On April 14, 1912, the world’s biggest ship, the RMS Titanic, struck an iceberg, and two hours and 40 minutes later, sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic with over 1500 people with her.  The lovely lady lay silently at the bottom of the ocean for 73 years before a man named Dr. Robert Ballard, […]

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Rare Titanic Pictures For Every Titanic Enthusiast- Part One

October 13, 2015

On September 1, 1985, at around one in the morning, Dr. Robert Ballard, and his crew, discovered a shipwreck that had not been in the headlines for 73 years. What was the name of this famous lost ship? The RMS Titanic! The famous ship had sunk on the morning of April 15, 1912, and for years, […]

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Titanic Facts That Will Blow You Away- Part Three

September 30, 2015

When the RMS Titanic sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic on April 10, 1912, it was a shock to the world that would change it forever. The Edwardian society that built the beautiful ship thought that nothing bad could ever happen, let alone to them due to their wealth and social status. However, nothing was […]

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30th Anniversary of Finding the Titanic

September 23, 2015

Back in 1985, a man had a vision of finding the world’s greatest ship. The man’s name was Dr. Robert Ballard, and with the help of the United States Navy, he had his wish. Ballard had a dream of exploring the great ship, the RMS Titanic, but he was not the first one to ever try […]

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Titanic Facts That Will Blow You Away- Part Two

September 1, 2015

The RMS Titanic is now on the bottom of the North Atlanta, but even today, she is still making the news. There are many people that study every inch of this remarkable ship, and want to know every single detail they can about her. In a previous article here on Titanic Universe, mind blowing facts about the […]

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Titanic Facts That Will Blow You Away- Part One

August 23, 2015

The RMS Titanic struck an iceberg, and sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic, on the night of April 14, 1912. Even though she has been gone for 103 years, there are still news stories that are coning out about the great ship every single day.  Despite the amount of time that has passed since Titanic went […]

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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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New Titanic Fiction Book Presents Interesting Theory

August 4, 2015

Even today, after more than 100 years, the sinking of the RMS Titanic is still a fascinating. There are tons of Titanic books, and they are broken down into various categories. However, among the books that are historically accurate, there are some that offer the story of the biggest ship in the world set in the world […]

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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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Silly Titanic Movie Quotes

July 26, 2015

The 1997 Titanic movie that was written, and directed, by James Cameron is still being talked about even though this December will be the 18th anniversary of the movie’s release. Up until Cameron’s other big smash hit movie, Avatar came out in 2009, Titanic had been the highest grossing movie of all time for 12 straight years.  As of […]

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A Peak Inside The Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri

July 17, 2015

The world’s largest museum attraction is nestled in the backyard of the Ozarks. Located in Branson, Missouri right off of the strip, the Titanic Museum offers insight into the historic British cruise ship. The museum is a gorgeous replica of the luxury liner which allows visitors to stroll through the realistic hallways, see the cabins […]

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