How Many People Died on the Titanic

How Many People Died on the Titanic?

How Many People Died on the Titanic? The Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, after hitting an iceberg, and as a result, over 1500 people lost their lives. The official death toll is 1,514. Exactly how many people died on the titanic is possibly one of the most commonly asked … Read More

Titanic Survivor Violet Jessop

Titanic Survivor Violet Jessop

One of the most amazing stories of any Titanic survivors, Violet Constance Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and a nurse who survived the sinking of both the RMS Titanic and the HMHS Britannic in 1912 1916. Even more amazingly, she had been aboard the Britannic’s other sister ship, the … Read More

Frank John William Goldsmith

Frank John William Goldsmith – Titanic Survivors

On April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank into the cold waters of the North Atlantic, with over 1500 people still swarming its decks. The only survivors were 705 people in 20 lifeboats, and those poor souls watched in horror as the most beautiful ship in … Read More

Unsinkable Molly Brown

The Unsinkable Molly Brown: Biography of a Titanic Survivor

You might recognize The Unsinkable Molly Brown as the moniker of possibly the most famous Titanic survivor, but the fact is that “Molly’s” real name was Margaret Tobin Brown. She’s been featured as a bold, audacious character in multiple Titanic movies. Though she’s undoubtedly best known as a survivor of … Read More

How Long Did It Take to Build the Titanic

How Long did it Take to Build the Titanic?

The Titanic began construction on the 31st March, 1909 in Belfast. While the hull was completed on 31st May, 1911, the total construction took three years. Engineered to be the largest and most luxurious steamship in the world, the Titanic was indeed a marvel of modern engineering. Deemed virtually unsinkable, … Read More

Titanic Gym

Titanic: A History in Photographs

Professional and amateur Titanic historians alike use a variety of information to learn about the great lost ocean liner, which struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City on April 14th and sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning … Read More

RMS Olympic Photographed By F. G. O. Stuart.

Godolphin Osbourne Stuart: A Titanic Career in Photographs

When modern viewers look upon the marvel that was the R.M.S. Titanic, they might not give much thought to the people who photographed her. However, if not for these talented and passionate individuals, all historians may have had today are visual and verbal accounts that may not ignite the imagination … Read More

Titanic Door Debate Finally Settled By Celine Dion

The blockbuster movie Titanic, will be turning 22 years old in December, yet the movie lives on in a countless number of ways.  Before James Cameron’s Avatar took the number one movie ever title from Titanic, it had held that spot for 12 years, and even to this day, the movie is still as … Read More