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  • 10+ Little-Known Facts Prove the Titanic Had No Chance

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    Everyone knows the story of the unsinkable ship, Titanic. But do we know it well enough? It was the largest and most luxurious cruise liner of its day, measuring more than 882 feet long from prow to stern and weighing more than 46,000 tons. It boasted state-of-the-art technology and still didn't escape the tragedy.

    What if the Titanic happened today? Could the passengers just climb the iceberg? How did some people manage to survive? Is there a way to see the famous shipwreck nowadays? These are just some of the questions you'll get answers to in this video. 

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  • 10 Strangest Facts About The Titanic

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    Here are 10 things you didn't know about the notorious Titanic.

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  • 10 Mistakes That Sank The Titanic | The History of The Titanic | Channel 5 #History

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    On its maiden voyage, White Star's RMS Titanic sank in the early morning hours of the 15th April 1912 after hitting an iceberg on its way from Southampton to New York. Watch with us the 10 mistakes that led to The Titanic sinking.

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  • 50 Insane Facts About Titanic You Didnt Know

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    Here are the facts about titanic that you probably didn't know before!

    The most iconic ship of all time, the RMS Titanic is also the most tragic vessel ever launched. Lauded as unsinkable by her designer and Captain, it took just one disastrous encounter with a stray iceberg to prove the folly of man. You're probably familiar with the story of the Titanic, but how much do you really know about this iconic vessel and its disastrous voyage? Hello and welcome to another episode of The Infographics Show- today we're taking a look at 50 incredible facts about the Titanic.



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  • Titanic Was Meant to Sink, Heres the Proof

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    Everyone knows this story: the unsinkable Titanic hit an iceberg. The tragedy happened over 100 years ago but even a century later the Titanic remains the most notorious shipwreck in history.

    The Titanic illustrates how technological failures often result from a succession of missteps, small failures and bad luck rather than one big mess-up. What if the Titanic sank today - would the scenario be different?

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  • Titanic Survivor Claims an Iceberg Didnt Destroy the Ship

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    Have you ever met a person who hasn’t ever heard the story of Titanic? Unlikely. Even if you ask a 10-year-old, they’ll tell you exactly what took down the gigantic ship. However, some survivors of the sinking legend would beg to differ. Here’s one of their stories, and it has nothing to do with an iceberg.

    Armenian publicist Vaghinak Byurat was 25 years old in the spring of 1912. He described what happened on his journey to America on the most famous ship in the world in his memoirs. He’s never mentioned an iceberg hitting the Titanic, and always spoke about an explosion. And if what he said was true, something must have caused that huge explosion...

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    Was it an explosion? 2:24
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    SUMMARY:
    - Armenian publicist Vaghinak Byurat was 25 years old in the spring of 1912. He described what happened on his journey to America on the most famous ship in the world in his memoirs.
    - In 1912, Vaghinak published some books together with his father, a famous Armenian writer. His task was to take the books to America.
    - They went to bed rather late on April 14, just like on the other nights. Shortly after midnight, something that sounded like a big explosion woke everyone up.
    - None of the crew members wanted to say anything, but a few minutes later it was impossible to deny that the Titanic was going underwater.
    - Vaghinak put his passport and money in a little bag and tied it around his neck. The Titanic’s bow was already underwater by that time. A lot of people in this situation wouldn’t have dared to take it to the open water.
    - The water in the North Atlantic that night was just below freezing, at a scary 28 degrees Fahrenheit (-2 C). The young writer felt his arms and legs go numb, and he was understandably getting weaker and weaker every second.
    - Then, he bumped into something. It was a lifeboat! But it was so overcrowded they pushed the young man with a paddle when he tried to stick to the boat.
    - Vaghinak woke up alive on board another ship. That ship was the Carpathia, and it was en route to New York with lucky survivors on board.
    - 12 days later, a woman came into the room. She turned out to be the person who saved Vaghinak. Missis Astor told the sailors that the young man was her son, and she wouldn’t let them go without him since she’d already lost her husband on the Titanic.
    - Vaghinak lived a long and happy life and, as a great storyteller, he shared what happened to him many times. Interestingly, he’s never mentioned an iceberg hitting the Titanic, and always spoke about an explosion.
    - It could have been a fire, and quite a lot of people actually believe that theory, saying that coal was burning in the ship’s hull.
    - Another theory that explained the explosion claimed that there was a German U-boat involved in the sinking of Titanic.

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  • 18 Titanic Questions That Are Still Not Answered

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    Everyone knows about this tragedy: how RMS Titanic sank in the early morning of 15 April 1912 in the North Atlantic Ocean. We watched the movie, we heard about it. However, many questions still remain without answers. One of them: did the unsinkable ship really hit an iceberg? Because there were survivors of the tragedy who had other versions.

    The Titanic was the largest ship afloat at that time. But its size wasn't the only appeal. The interiors of the Titanic were truly jaw-dropping. The grand staircase in the first class was one of the most lavish at sea and featured a wrought-iron and glass-domes roof and oak panelling. Doesn't that sound impressive? Let's unveil some of the Titanic's secrets together.

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  • What If the Titanic Sank Today

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    Sea travel is safer today than at any point in history. But still, how worried should we be? Could a Titanic-like disaster happen today? Before we can answer our main question, we need to know what led to the sinking of the Titanic becoming one of the worst maritime disasters in history.

    Everyone knows the basic story: the ship hit an iceberg and there weren’t enough lifeboats. The first big issue contributing to the ship's demise had to do with the culture of early twentieth-century ocean liners. The captains of these ships were under constant pressure to keep a tight schedule of arrivals and departures. Additionally, it was widely believed that icebergs didn’t pose any significant danger to ships.

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    The main problems facing the Titanic on that fateful night 1:14
    Ice patrols 4:22
    How icebergs are detected these days 4:44
    Costa Concordia disaster 6:41
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    - At the time, it was common for ship's radio operators to work for a third-party company. Relaying messages to the crew was the second priority to sending private telegrams for the passengers.
    - Additionally, it was widely believed that icebergs didn’t pose any significant danger to ships.
    - The lack of lifeboats was also due to a misunderstanding of how any potential collisions would play out, and not just because they would be redundant on an invincible ship.
    - No one had ever anticipated the need to evacuate everyone on-board onto lifeboats.
    - By 1912, ships weren't yet required to have someone operating the radio 24/7.
    - Making matters worse was the fact that the Titanic's radio operator reported the wrong coordinates in his SOS. This meant that even the ships that received the call had trouble finding where the Titanic had gone down.
    - After the Titanic sank, many new procedures were established with the hope of preventing similar disasters.
    - One of the first was the establishment of regular ice patrols in that region of the North Atlantic.
    - Another reason today is better than a century ago is that our iceberg detection has gotten a lot more sophisticated.
    - Accidents can still happen, so it’s a good thing large vessels are now required to carry enough lifeboats for everyone aboard, and the crews receive training in proper evacuation procedures.
    - Modern ships are also required to have a radio operator on duty at all times.
    - A good example might be what happened during the 2012 Costa Concordia disaster.
    - The Italian cruise ship was passing close to the island of Giglio when it collided with the edge of an underwater plateau.
    - It was later revealed that there were numerous distractions on the ship, such as the presence of the Captain's girlfriend.
    - Unlike the Titanic, the Concordia had more than enough lifeboats to get everyone off safely.
    - If the Titanic had struck the iceberg today, the Coast Guard would’ve deployed a small fleet of boats and helicopters to assist in the evacuation.
    - With a competent commander overseeing an organized evacuation, this modern Titanic might not be considered a disaster at all.

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  • What If Titanic Escaped the Iceberg at the Last Minute

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    May 31st, 1911. The Titanic is finally complete after 2 years of construction. It’ll be ready for its first voyage a year later. It’s the most luxurious ship in the world. You’ve just read the groundbreaking news in the Daily Herald, and decide to treat yourself to a trip on this floating gem. You head over to White Star Line’s headquarters in London to buy yourself a ticket. You get the cheapest first-class fare for £30 (that’d be over $4,500 today).

    Wednesday, April 10th, 1912. The day is finally here! The majestic ship in front of you is bigger than you imagined. As you board the Titanic, Captain Edward Smith himself greets you! Your trip will begin shortly. By the time the liner stops at Cherbourg and Queenstown, over 2,200 passengers and crew will be on board, embarking on their trans-Atlantic trip. The Titanic is ready to sail, and you hear the horns from the deck as you wave goodbye to the people below. The ship is scheduled to arrive in New York a week later on April 17th. But that’s only if things go according to plan… So could the Titanic sinking have been avoided? What if the Titanic never sank?

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  • Titanic History/Could anyone have been alive inside of the Titanic after she sank?

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    In this video we take a look at the science behind the Titanic sinking and we discuss if it would of been possible for some people to have still been alive inside of the ship briefly after the Titanic sank.

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  • Bone-chilling Titanic Facts No One Knew

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    If you ask your friends which is the most famous ship in history?, the answer in most cases will be the same. Of course, the legendary Titanic. Its history is full of mysteries. At first it was a source of hope and national pride, as well as proof of the triumph of mankind. But it soon became a source of nostalgia and pain, the extent of which cannot be described in words. The day the Titanic sank under water will forever remain one of the most painful days in human history. And although more than a hundred years have passed since the tragic event, no one has forgotten about it, and people are still interested in the transatlantic liner. Today we will tell you some facts about the Titanic that will surprise you.

  • Why This Sinking Was Worse Than Titanic

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    The sinking of the Sultana will go down as one of the worst maritime tragedies in US history, but it's a disaster that is often over looked for the more popular sinking ship story, the Titanic. The Sultana was a horrific disaster, but why isn't this a story worthy of a movie being made after it?

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  • What Would Happen If the Titanic Met the Kraken?

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    How large was the iceberg that sank the Titanic? Months before the disaster struck, a ginormous chunk of ice had broken away from a glacier in southwest Greenland. It was made of the snow that had fallen about 100,000 years ago - when mammoths were still roaming the planet. And when the iceberg just started its journey, it was a huge thing. Almost 1,700 ft (518 m) long, it also weighed 75 million tons!

    Even after melting into the water for months, the iceberg still weighed an impressive one and a half million tons. Its top part was towering over the water for almost 100 ft (30m). But what people saw was just a tiny part of a jumbo piece of ice. The largest part of any iceberg is hidden under the surface, with a mere one-tenth visible above the water. The Titanic iceberg wasn't an exception. The moment the ship collided with it, the vessel was doomed. But what if what we know about the disaster is not true? What if it had been the Kraken that sank the Titanic? A legendary creature feared by everyone who sets off on a sea voyage...

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  • Inside the Titanics FATAL Mistake | Historys Greatest Mysteries | History

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    Incredible discoveries uncovered within “History’s Greatest Mysteries” include a 100-plus-year-old box filled with the investigative findings of Lord Mersey, the man charged with leading the official inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic, and a personal diary from Major Jesse Marcel, the first person to investigate the wreckage in Roswell, NM believed to contain coded clues to what really happened that night in 1947. In addition, for the first time, the family of John Wilkes Booth is releasing 60 boxes of sealed family documents and allowing a DNA test that may hold the answers to whether he truly died in a fire following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, or if he faked his death as many believe.

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  • What Happened to the Iceberg After It Sank Titanic?

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    It was the very beginning of the year 1912. A giant chunk of ice broke off a glacier in southwest Greenland. It was a huge thing - more than 1,700 ft long, it weighed around 75 million tons! Btw, out of 15,000 to 30,000 icebergs that drift away from Greenland’s glaciers, only 1% ever makes it all the way to the Atlantic. That's why it's so amazing that in April that the iceberg that sank the Titanic was already more than 1,500 miles away from the Arctic Circle!

    Several days before our iceberg made it to the Atlantic Ocean, a magnificent ship left port. It was Titanic. Meanwhile, the iceberg was approaching the area the Titanic was going to cross on its way to New York. It happened on April, 14 when the ship was in the North Atlantic Ocean. At about 11.40 PM, people who were still awake on board the Titanic toppled down, pushed over by some mysterious and powerful force. We al know what was that. But do you know what happened to the iceberg after the Titanic hit it?

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  • The Truth About the Titanic: A Cold War Mission Kept Secret Until 2018

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    The truth regarding the 1985 expedition that eventually found the Titanic finally emerged in 2018. Declassified information meant that Robert Ballard could reveal that the team had in fact been part of a secret US military mission to investigate two sunken nuclear submarines at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Ballard would state: “They did not want the world to know that, so I had to have a cover story.” Back in the 1980s, Ballard was a commander in the US Navy and a scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts. Ballard had been building an underwater research vessel to realize his lifelong dream of finding the Titanic. It was his obsession...

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  • Did Titanic Really Sink? | British Pathé

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  • New Theory Shows Something Mightve Blocked Titanic from Help

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    You know S.O.S. don’t you? – 3 dots, 3 slashes, and 3 more dots? It’s an easy enough signal to tap out in Morse code. It means “Save our souls” or “Save our ship.” The crew of the legendary Titanic had been desperately trying to send this signal for 2 hours the night of April 14---, 1912. There were other ships not too far from the spot where the iceberg took down the mighty titan of the sea. But the call for help seemingly disappeared before it could reach them!

    The passenger ship SS Mount Temple did pick up a signal and tried to respond, but the Titanic never got the answer. So what was silencing the ship’s cries for help – some unknown Bermuda Triangle of the North Atlantic? Consider this: eye-witnesses say the sky was painted with a brilliant Aurora borealis that cold fateful night. Beautiful, yes. But on that day, the Northern Lights may have sealed Titanic’s fate for good…

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  • 10 Incredible Facts about the Titanic

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    There’s hardly anyone who hasn’t heard of the Titanic, not only because of its greatness and beauty, but mostly because of its tragic ending. However, there are some things you definitely didn’t know about the Titanic, and they are so incredible that you just need to know them.

  • 15 Bone Chilling Titanic Facts No One Knew

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    Over a century later, it's easy to think that we know everything about what went wrong on the Titanic that fateful night. Well, actually, there's a lot of stuff that we don't know about, and the internet is here to tell us all about it! From the truth about the ship's current state to one newspaper's horrific mistake, let's take a look at 15 Bone-Chilling Titanic Facts No One
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  • A Titanic Myth: Would Jack Have Survived if Rose Had Shared the Door?

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    Thanks to James Cameron, and history class we guess, we all know a lot about the Titanic. But there are some truly goosebump inducing details you may not know! These are bone-chilling Titanic facts no one knew!

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  • Top 10 Scary Facts About The Titanic

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  • 10 HAUNTING Facts About the Titanic

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    No matter how old you are or where you come from, you have probably heard of the horrific accident of the Titanic. Touted as the Unsinkable ship, the Titanic would make headlines around the world after it crashed into an iceberg in 1912. The luxury ship had over 1000 passengers aboard when an iceberg tore through its hull. Only 700 passengers survived the accident, and ever since the Titanic has been a source of interest for the general public.

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    4. Luxury for All
    The designers of the Titanic put luxury above all else during its construction. However, what most people don't know is that many of the luxuries for first-class passengers were available to third-class passengers as well.

    The Titanic was one of a kind when it came to amenities available to its first class passengers. It was one of the first ships to offer a heated swimming pool, Turkish Baths, and a full gym. The first class living and lounging areas had carved solid oak wood paneling that decorated every wall. The second class area was very similar to the first class.

    The third class area of the Titanic was something different. Many of the third class passengers were travelers who were moving to America for the first time. While the company that built the Titanic still cared about these passengers, they did reduce some of the luxury seen throughout the rest of the ship.

    Rooms for third-class passengers were smaller than their second and first class counterparts. Certain amenities, such as the Turkish Bath, were reduced since the designers did not expect third class passengers to use them as much. However, the third-class areas still contained oak decoration, luxury chairs, and many other luxuries passengers may not have been accustomed to experiencing.

    Overall no matter what class you purchased your ticket in, you would have had a luxurious time if the Titanic would have completed its voyage.


    3. Mail Ship
    If you have ever researched anything about the Titanic, you may have noticed three letters, RMS, placed in front of the vessel's name. These three letters stand for the Royal Mail Ship, which made the Titanic a mail cargo ship.

    Located on deck G, the Titanic had a dedicated area for sorting mail and parcels called the Sea Post Service. The workers in this post office worked for both the Royal Mail and the United States Post office. These mailmen would work seven days a week, sorting over 60,000 items every day over a 13-hour shift.

    Since the post office room was located below the waterline of the Titanic, the room quickly flooded after the Titanic struck an iceberg. The post office workers sprang into action working as hard as they could to save the mail and packages aboard.

    Unfortunately, none of the 3,423 sacks of mail survived, and to this day, no one has been able to find any of the parcels that sunk with the Titanic.


    2. Poor Design
    When the Titanic was first announced, the company behind its design touted that it was unsinkable. However, due to a design flaw in the hull of the Titanic, the ship was capable of taking on a lot of water at once without any safety measures to save itself.

    The Titanic's construction included 16 watertight compartments. These compartments are meant to prevent water from spreading throughout the ship in the case of a breach in the hull. However, since the passengers of the Titanic would want to move around freely throughout the ship, the designers were forced to place doors into the bulkheads that were meant to keep water out.

    Once the Titanic struck an iceberg, it opened up a handful of compartments to the sea outside. Since the doors placed into the bulkheads were not strong enough to hold back water, the water quickly spread throughout the ship. These non-watertight compartments are one of the most significant reasons the Titanic sank so quickly after its collision.


    1. Quickly Disappearing
    When most ships sink into the ocean, they begin to take on a whole new life. They become home to all matter of sea life and can act as a living reef to some ocean species. Some shipwrecks are home to microbes that slowly eat away at the wood or iron that comprise the sunken vessel.

    The Titanic is no special ship when it comes to hungry creatures of the sea. When the Titanic was first found, researchers were astonished at its almost pristine condition after its wreck. Many attributed this preservation due to the extreme pressures and lack of light that surround the Titanic.

    However, only a few decades after its initial discovery, the Titanic is slowly disappearing. In 2010, scientists discovered a new species of bacteria living in and around the wreckage of the Titanic. They believe that this species is responsible for slowly devouring the vessel over the past few decades.

    At its current rate of decay, many scientists believe that the Titanic will not last more than 15 to 20 years.

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    The wreck of the RMS Titanic lies at a depth of about 12,500 feet (3.8 km; 2.37 mi), about 370 miles (600 km) south-southeast off the coast of Newfoundland. It lies in two main pieces about a third of a mile (600 m) apart. The bow is still recognisable with many preserved interiors, despite deterioration and damage sustained hitting the sea floor. In contrast, the stern is completely ruined. A debris field around the wreck contains hundreds of thousands of items spilled from the ship as she sank. The bodies of the passengers and crew would have also been distributed across the sea bed, but have been consumed by other organismsTitanic sank in 1912, when she collided with an iceberg during her maiden voyage. Numerous expeditions tried using sonar to map the sea bed in the hope of finding it, but were unsuccessful. In 1985, the wreck was finally located by a joint French American expedition led by Jean-Louis Michel of IFREMER and Robert Ballard of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The wreck has been the focus of intense interest and has been visited by numerous expeditions. Controversial salvage operations have recovered thousands of items, which have been conserved and put on public display. Many schemes have been proposed to raise Titanic, including filling the wreck with ping-pong bals, injecting it with 180,000 tons of Vaseline, or using half a million tons of liquid nitrogen to encase it in an iceberg that would float to the surface. However, the wreck is too fragile to be raised and is now protected by a UNEScO convention.

    Almost immediately after Titanic sank on 15 April 1912, proposals were advanced to salvage her from her resting place in the North Atlantic Ocean, despite her exact location and condition being unknown. The families of several wealthy victims of the disaster the Guggenheims, Astors, and Wideners formed a consortium and contracted the Merritt and Chapman. Derrick and Wrecking Company to raise Titanic. The project was soon abandoned as impractical as the divers could not even reach a significant fraction of the necessary depth, where the pressure is over 6,000 pounds per square inch (410 bar). The lack of submarine technology at the time as well as the outbreak of World War I also put off such a project.

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    On April 15, 1912, at 2:20 a.m., what was deemed one of the most luxurious and safe ships ever built,
    hit an iceberg and sank off the coast of Newfoundland, taking more than 1,500 lives. This is one of the
    most well documented tragedies in history, with quite a number of books and films made about it.
    However, this collection of Titanic facts may surprise you. Did you know that a cheapo piece of
    equipment could have prevented this disaster? Stay tuned till the end to find out more. Here are 10
    facts about the Titanic.

    Number 10. The Largest Moving Object Ever Built During Its Time
    When the Titanic entered service in 1912, it was the largest ship afloat. At 882 feet 9 inches long and
    141 feet high, she must have seemed like a floating city. In fact, the Titanic is the largest moving object
    ever built by man at that time. The New York Post even ran a story on November 27 th , 1910 asking
    whether the New York port would be able to dock this massive monster.
    Today’s luxury cruise ships already dwarf the Titanic size wise, but that is to be expected because of how
    far engineering has come since 1912. But during its time, engineers had to develop methods specifically
    to build a ship that huge.
    Aside from its massive proportions, the Titanic is also famous for its unmistakable profile, primarily the
    four, massive exhaust stacks right on top of the ship. All of us assumed that all four would serve a
    function, but that’s far from the truth. In fact, only three of them serve a purpose, one was added purely
    for aesthetic purposes.
    Because of her grandeur, it was felt that the Titanic should have four exhaust stacks. Thomas Andrews’
    efficient original design, however, necessitated only three. The ship therefore had one purely decorative
    stack.

    Number 9. One of Three
    Because of her size and the new equipment required to build her, it would have been too expensive to
    build the Titanic alone. Instead, she was built alongside two sister ships, both of which also had eventful
    lifetimes.
    Construction of the RMS Olympic began first, and the ship was launched on 20 September 1910. For the
    next twelve months, the fractionally smaller Olympic was the largest liner in the world, until her bigger,
    more beautiful sister was built.
    It can be said that the Olympic was the dry run for the Titanic. Less of the attention to detail applied to
    the aesthetic of the Titanic was used on the Olympic. After the former sank, however, improvements
    included lifeboats for all and, in October 1912, the installation of a watertight inner skin.
    The Olympic rescued soldiers from the sinking British battleship, Audacious, in October 1914, and served
    as a troop ship carrying Canadian soldiers to the European front.

    She was the only one of the three to survive more than half a decade. The third and biggest ship, the
    Britannic, went into production after the Titanic disaster and sank in 1916 after hitting a mine. She had
    been a British hospital ship.

    Number 8. Tragedy from the Get Go
    The sinking of the Titanic is definitely one of the most tragic maritime disasters in history. However,
    tragedy seemed to plague her even before her maiden voyage. During the 26-month construction of the
    Titanic at the Harland and Wolff Shipyard in Belfast, 28 serious accidents and 218 minor accidents were
    recorded. At the time when work on her finished, 8 workers have already lost their lives.
    This was a smaller number than expected for the time, which was one death for every £100,000 spent.
    As the Titanic cost £1.5 million to build, 15 deaths could have been anticipated. This just goes to show
    how safe working conditions weren’t actually a priority back then.
    The Titanic was claiming lives up to the day oh its launch. A 43-year-old shipwright, James Dobbin, was
    actually killed on the day of the Titanic’s launch. At 12:10 on 31 May 1911, an estimated 10,000 people
    watched as the massive ship slid from the yard onto the River Lagan. Dobbin was crushed during the
    process of removing he timber stays which had been holding the ship upright.

    Number 7. The Richest Man in the World Sank with Her
    John Jacob Astor IV was not just the richest man on the Titanic, but widely believed to be the richest
    man in the world at the time of his death. He was worth an estimated $150 million, or $3.5 billion in
    today's dollars.

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    Most of us have seen the Titanic movie, and we all know the tragic tale of the RMS titanic ship. Titanic also named as the unsinkable ship was tragically sunk when it hit an iceberg almost a century ago! But some people speculate that there was more to it! Today we bring to you some scary and creepy urban legends from the vaults of reddit and creepypasta. These reddit stories can very much be true scary stories. So today on our top 10 list we have Top 10 Scary Titanic Urban Legends That Might Be True exclusively on Most Amazing Top 10.

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    The Kraken is a colossal squid, a legendary sea monster. The biggest hunk of calamari you ever saw! And if this monster had existed, the world would have changed beyond recognition. The Kraken has powerful tentacles. Solid muscles with suckers at the end, they're impossible to escape. The Kraken can break a ship in half, or just pull it down into the depths. But the worst thing about the Kraken is its size.

    According to old sailor stories, the Kraken reached 5,000 feet in length. That's almost 10 soccer fields! The Kraken legends said the monster was so giant that sailors mistook it for a small island. Such a big creature can easily grab a ship with its tentacles and drag it to the bottom of the ocean! In past centuries, it would have been impossible to defeat such a beast. But what if giant squids, which is what a Kraken actually is, existed today?

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  • Scientists Have Found The Titanic Will Disappear Soon

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    Do you want to see the Titanic? There are many reasons why people are so captivated with this ship. Whatever the reason, if you’ve ever wanted to see the wreck, you’d better do it soon because it’s being eaten away as we speak.

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    SUMMARY:
    - The Titanic struck an iceberg on April 14, 1912. Just a few hours later, the ship split in 2. It was last seen at 2:20 a.m. on April 15, 1912. That was the last time people would see the marvelous boat afloat.
    - Many expeditions tried to find the wreck of the Titanic, trying to estimate where it would have landed, but none succeeded. It wasn’t until 1985 that oceanographer Robert Ballard accidentally discovered the ship while on a US Navy mission.
    - To this date, only a few people have had a chance to see the Titanic. One of them is the director of the Hollywood movie, Titanic, James Cameron. He brought pictures back from the wreck that showed further deterioration.
    - In a matter of 20 to 50 years, the bacteria will have eaten so much of the ship that the wreck will be unrecognizable.
    - As the window of opportunity to see the site closes, American company OceanGate offers trips to the wreck. The first trip carrying tourists was supposed to head down in 2018, but the weather wasn’t favorable, so it was pushed back to 2019.
    - The journey to the wreck involves an 8-day trip, which leaves from Newfoundland, Canada. Once inside the sub, you’ll descend a distance of 12,500 ft to the ocean floor.
    - A big concern is whether companies like OceanGate and The BlueFish would be disturbing what’s essentially a burial site. Both companies insist that the dives are made respectfully and that they don’t retrieve any artifacts.
    - What’s certain is this — when the trips do take off, only a lucky few will be able to see the wreck since the subs can only take about 9 passengers at a time (in addition to the crew).
    - If you are interested in seeing it before it disappears, the time is now. In 100 years, the site of the Titanic might have just a few remnants strewn on the ocean floor.
    - A trip to the site will cost you $105,219 per person.

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    Over a hundred years ago, the Titanic sank beneath the Atlantic Ocean in less than three hours. Hailed as the most beautiful ship of her time, Titanic's short-lived life was full of luxury. This video will explore some little-known facts about this unsinkable story.
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  • Why People on the Titanic Couldnt Climb the Iceberg

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    The “Titanic” film earned well over three billion dollars at the box office, making it the third highest-grossing movie of all time. But didn't a question pop into your head? Why didn't people try climbing on the iceberg to get out of the water?

    Well, if you look at any picture of an iceberg, you'll see that they can get quite steep. Sure, some might be scalable, but others are nothing but sheer cliffs of jagged ice. Best case, it would be like climbing a mountain; worst case, a frozen cliffside.

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    SUMMARY:
    - A floe is a flat mass of ice found drifting in the ocean. It is low, flat, and relatively shallow, while an iceberg is none of those things.
    - Ice floes can be hazardous, but the concern is that a ship might get pinned and crushed between two of them instead of sinking outright.
    - The Titanic hit an iceberg, and if you look at any picture of an iceberg, you'll see that they can get quite steep.
    - Imagine trying to pull that off in the dark, using only your hands and maybe a bit of rope, and surrounded by over a thousand other confused and freezing people.
    - The Titanic didn't sink the moment it made contact with the ice. It actually took a full two hours and forty minutes to go under.
    - When it came time to board the lifeboats, many passengers were reluctant, believing themselves safer on the big warm ship than the tiny open boats.
    - If people were that reluctant to board escape craft until it was almost too late, how were the crew going to convince them to clamber atop a freezing lump of ice?
    - These are all big problems that would’ve made evacuating to the iceberg unfeasible, and we haven't even gotten to the biggest one on the list: reaching it.
    - The Titanic didn’t exactly grind to a halt the moment it hit the iceberg. As you might have guessed, the ship's helmsman had been trying to steer away from the ice before the collision.
    - A glancing blow meant the Titanic wasn't stopped in its tracks. It's estimated that the Titanic was clipping along at around 22 knots, about 24 miles per hour for landlubbers.
    - The captain would’ve had to steer his ship back to the iceberg, something that might not have even been possible given the circumstances.
    - While escaping to the iceberg makes for an interesting idea, it wouldn’t necessarily have been a good one. If anything, attempting it could have made the disaster even worse.

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    After leaving Southampton on 10 April 1912, Titanic called at Cherbourg in France and Queenstown (now Cobh) in Ireland, before heading west to New York. On 14 April, four days into the crossing and about 375 miles (600 km) south of Newfoundland, she hit an iceberg at 11:40 p.m. ship's time. The collision caused the hull plates to buckle inwards along her starboard (right) side and opened five of her sixteen watertight compartments to the sea; she could only survive four flooding. Meanwhile, passengers and some crew members were evacuated in lifeboats, many of which were launched only partially loaded. A disproportionate number of men were left aboard because of a women and children first protocol for loading lifeboats.[10] At 2:20 a.m., she broke apart and foundered with well over one thousand people still aboard. Just under two hours after Titanic sank, the Cunard liner RMS Carpathia arrived and brought aboard an estimated 705 survivors.


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  • I Am Captain of the Titanic

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    My name is Edward John Smith, Commander of the British Royal Navy, Commodore of the White Start Line, and Captain of the RMS Titanic. The Titanic was under my command on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, and it would serve as my retirement voyage, a victory lap for a long and decorated career. This should have been an easy, simple trip, with no serious challenges. Little did I know, that what started as a grand, luxurious excursion across the sea would end with the passengers under my care forced to try and survive in frigid waters. Watch the story of my life and my final moments aboard the most famous ship in history in this HD, full episode of I Am. This video is based on true real life events.

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    0:24 Childhood spent in England
    0:40 Getting a job at the White Star Line
    1:21 Joining the Royal Navy
    2:01 Becoming the Millionaire Captain
    2:25 The Olympic
    3:45 Titanic's maiden voyage
    4:40 The night Titanic struck the iceberg
    5:29 The Titanic will sink
    5:51 Not enough lifeboats
    6:51 Wandering the doomed ship
    7:28 Abandon ship
    7:37 A captain goes down with his vessel

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  • Why cant the Titanic be recovered from the bottom of the ocean

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    The transatlantic Titanic was the largest ship of its time, but its life was very short. The first and only voyage of the ship began April 10, 1912 and ended 4 days later. This tragedy occurred on the night of April 14-15, 1912. When the Titanic crashed, at least 1,496 people died, making this disaster one of the largest shipwrecks in history. Among the passengers of the ship were some of the richest people in the world, as well as immigrants from Ireland, Great Britain and Scandinavia, who were heading to the United States in search of a better life.

  • What if You Didnt Make it into One of Titanics Life Boats

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    Women and children first you hear being shouted as you feel the mighty ship start to crack in half. The icy water below looks black, and you know soon enough you will be freezing to death as the Titanic sinks. Check out today's epic new story about how likely you were to survive in the freezing waters if you didn't get into one of the Titnaic's life boats!

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  • 10 Things You Didnt Know About the Titanic

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    10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THE TITANIC
    108 years ago, the R.M.S. Titanic crashed into an iceberg and sank beneath the frigid waves of the North Atlantic, taking with it 1,517 of her passengers to the bottom.
    This was undoubtedly one of the most famous -and deadliest- shipping disasters that has ever taken place.
    Even today, the story of her tragedy continues to captivate the minds of people everywhere. More people are trying to find facts to understand how one of the most famous luxury liners to ever set sail --one that was dubbed to be “unsinkable”, no less-- ended up sitting in wreckage at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean during her maiden voyage.
    Despite there being countless interesting facts explaining the tragic disaster, scientists and historians are in agreement that no one thing was responsible for the tragic sinking of the historic ship in the North Atlantic. Rather, a series of mishaps had cooked up the perfect storm that set the Titanic on the path to her doomed fate.
    Oftentimes, people focus on the much-known facts surrounding the Titanic tragedy of April, 15th, 1912. And as such, the little-known important facts are slowly getting erased from the history books.
    Keep watching this short video to remember the Titanic and those onboard, as well as learn the 10 things you won’t find in the history books.

    #10. Lessons From A Decade Ago
    Library shelves around the world are stocked with plenty of books about the Titanic. But of those, two fictional novellas are especially noteworthy for their uncanny prediction of the Titanic disaster.
    The two fictional stories were written years before the tragic incident of 1912, but their storylines include details that mysteriously bear a remarkable resemblance to what happened during the real-life disaster involving the Titanic.
    And, in a truly bizarre twist of fate, one Mr. W.T. Stead, the author of one of said pieces, ultimately lost his life on the Titanic. His novella, especially, gives details of the shortcomings that would ultimately lead to the sinking of a fictional ship in the story.
    A similar fate would be true for the Titanic, years later.
    The second novella was written by Morgan Robertson 14 years before the Titanic went down. His book, “The Wreck of the Titan” follows a plot with startling details that almost seem to be a prediction of the real-life Titanic disaster.
    The fictional ship in Robertson’s book was called the Titan, and like the Titanic, it was hailed as the largest ship afloat at the time. And, it was reckoned to be “unsinkable,” yet proceeded to sink on a cold April night after striking an iceberg.

    #9. Something About The Full Moon
    There was a full moon on January 4th, 1912 and scientists are convinced that it had a hand in Titanic’s collision with the iceberg.
    That wasn’t a normal full moon, though. Scientists call it the “supermoon,” the result of a rare celestial alignment in which the sun, Earth, and the moon were arranged in a straight line during the closest lunar monthly approach to the Earth.
    Such a celestial alignment last occurred in the A.D. 796, and Earth won’t witness another one until 2257!
    What happened during the “supermoon” was that the sun’s and moon’s gravitational pull on the Earth were intensified, resulting in extremely lower low tides, and extremely higher high tides. A phenomenon called a spring tide.
    During the highest high tides, for a very long time, giant icebergs that were held immobile at the bottom of the ocean began to melt and they were refloated.
    It is said that a flotilla of these massive icebergs was refloated during the unusually strong tides of January 4th, and they began to move southwards.
    The R.M.S. Titanic would set sail on a moonless night, but little did she know that she would be headed on a collision course with the fleet of massive icebergs that had been refloated by the “supermoon”, three and half months earlier.

    #8. Full Speed Ahead!
    From the beginning, people have blamed the sinking of the Titanic on the fact that the ship’s captain was sailing her at full speed despite being made aware of the myriad of potentially dangerous icebergs.
    Before she tragically hit the iceberg that would sink her, R.M.S Titanic had received 6 official iceberg warnings during her brief voyage.
    The story goes that the ship’s captain, Edward J. Smith, was trying to better the crossing time of Titanic’s elder sister ship called the Olympic.

  • Behind the scenes facts: Titanic Drawing Scene| Little Known Facts| A Silly Point

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    Behind the scenes facts: Titanic Drawing Scene| Little Known Facts| A Silly Point

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  • Did the Military Sink The Titanic? Crazy Titanic Conspiracy

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    The Titanic is one of the most famous disasters of all time. But some think this tragedy was on purpose. Who could pull off such an incredible inside job? The US military for one! Check out today's crazy new video where we uncover the truth about some of the most insane Titanic conspiracy theories you just have to see to believe!

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  • Titanic History/Why didnt Titanic Boilers explode during the sinking? Reupload

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    In this video we discuss what could of possibly been the reason why the Titanic boilers didnt explode during the sinking.

  • 10 little known facts about the Titanic

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    Some of the interesting facts about the ship - RMS Titanic which is considered to be the world's most premium luxury ship built till date.

  • They Survived Titanic and Revealed the True Story

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    Everyone knows about this tragedy: how RMS Titanic sank in the early morning of 15 April 1912 in the North Atlantic Ocean. We watched the movie, we heard about it. However, many questions still remain without answers. One of them: did the unsinkable ship really hit an iceberg? One of the biggest shipwrecks in human history occupies the minds of many, even 100 years later. The ultra-modern ship equipped with all the best facilities of the time, bearing the proud name of Titanic - how could it have been sunk by a mere iceberg?

    There were survivors of the tragedy who had other versions. For example, there is some evidence that says there were explosions and fires and that those are what made the ship sink! But if it's true, something must have caused that huge explosion. What could it be? Vaghinak Byurat who was one of the Titanic survivors described what happened on his journey to America on the most famous ship in the world in his memoirs. Let's hear the most amazing stories of Titanic survivors.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
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    The Unsinkable Molly Brown 1:17
    The woman who starred in the 1912 movie “Saved from the Titanic” 2:50
    Didn't the iceberg destroy the ship? 3:55
    Champion tennis player and Titanic survivor 9:00

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  • 25 Little Known Facts About The Titanic That Might Surprise You

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    Did you know that the Titanic was so big that it had its own newspaper? These are 25 little known facts about the Titanic that might surprise you!

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    The first Titanic movie was made less than a month after the disaster and featured an actress that survived the sinking

    Kim Il-Sung, the founder of North Korea, was born on the same day that the Titanic sank

    Out of 12 dogs that were on board, three survived

    It took 73 years to find the Titanic's wreckage

    Kate Winslet, the main actress in the movie Titanic (1997), has expressed her dislike of the theme song My Heart Will Go On. She even said it would make her feel like throwing up to hear it.

    Modern ships are actually more likely to encounter an iceberg than the Titanic was

    The iceberg that the Titanic collided with started its journey nearly 2,000 years ago

    None of the 30 engineers on board survived. They stayed behind to keep the power on for as long as possible so that others could escape.

    More than half of the people on the Titanic would have fit into the lifeboats but only less than 1/3 of them actually made it.

    13 couples were celebrating their honeymoon

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  • A Man Who Failed to Save the Titanic

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    The sinking of the Titanic is, to this day, one of the worst catastrophes to come out of a long chain of unfortunate and untimely events. And that chain that would decide the cruel fate of the great Unsinkable Ship started with… a tiny key.

    It seemed like such an insignificant little thing. So trivial that the man who’d had it with him completely forgot to hand it over to the person who’d desperately need it at a critical moment. That man was 37-year-old David Blair, and he was holding the key to the locked cabinet where all the binoculars for the lookouts were stored.

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    What the lookout on duty told the investigators after the tragedy 2:46
    Why nobody didn't see a giant iceberg 3:07
    What happened to David Blair and that key? 7:10
    ???? The most expensive artifacts from the Titanic 7:46

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    SUMMARY:
    - White Star Line, the shipping company that owned the Titanic, decided to replace David Blair with Henry Wilde, the Chief Officer of the Titanic’s sister ship, RMS Olympic.
    - Blair wrote in a postcard to relatives that he was pretty upset about being replaced. In a hurry by the unexpected change or perhaps because of this distress, Blair forgot to hand the key to the binocular cabinet over to Officer Wilde!
    - Soon after the Titanic left the port, the crew realized they wouldn’t be able to open the cabinet.
    - Yes, the huge iceberg could’ve been noticed earlier even without binoculars, but perhaps in different conditions.
    - There were no waves crashing up against the iceberg to give an audible warning, and there was no moonlight reflecting off the giant hunk of floating ice to make it sort of glow.
    - Once Fred Fleet finally saw it at 11:39pm on April 14, 1912 and famously reported “Iceberg! Right ahead!” to the command bridge, it was already too late.
    - Another cruel twist of fate is that there was a desperate shortage of lifeboats, with 2,224 people on board and only enough boats to save 1,178 lives.
    - So what ever happened to David Blair and that cursed key? Well, he realized his mistake too late. But he continued to work as a mariner and even received a Bravery Medal from the Royal Humane Society in 1913 for saving a crewmember of the Majestic.
    - As for the notorious key, for a long time he kept it as a reminder of the tragedy he’d miraculously avoided.
    - It was sold in 2007 for £78,000, which would be about $135,000 by today’s rate.
    - On the 100th anniversary of the sinking, they sold a letter written by 33-year-old Wallace Henry Hartley, a violinist and the bandleader on the Titanic. The letter was sold for £90,000 (equivalent to $125,000 today).
    - But the most expensive, and no doubt the most exclusive finding, is Hartley’s violin. It was sold for a jaw-dropping price of £900,000 ($1.3 million today).

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  • Ten Technical Titanic Facts

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    Ten technical facts about the Olympic class ships, particularly Titanic. Since the Olympic class was not remarkably innovative other than her size, this video will provide a good insight into the design of large passenger ships of the era. Find out about Titanic's design, construction, and operation. Topics include expansion joints, hull plates, reciprocating engines, funnels, gross registered tons, propulsion, and more.

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  • 10 Conspiracy Theories About the Titanic

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    In April of 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail on its way to New York City, and it was one of the biggest ocean liners of its time. It hit an iceberg, and unfortunately, there were only 20 lifeboats on its maiden voyage, which was not enough to save everyone on board. More than 1,500 people died, and the survivors witnessed the boat sink. More than 100 years later, people are still fascinated by the tragedy, and it inspired what is now considered to be one of the most tragic romance movies of all-time.

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