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How the Titanic was lost and found

National Geographic - 22 Aug 2019
Many historical accounts of the sinking of the RMS Titanic describe the 882.5-foot-long passenger ship as “slipping beneath the ocean waves,” as though the vessel and its passengers drifted tranquilly off to sleep, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Titanic: The Reboot

Scientific American - 30 Aug 2019
A Titanic sequel is in the works. No, it's not a second movie; it's a second ship. While most people are *content* to simply remember the great ship, an Australian ...

The legacy of Titanic

Entertainment Focus - 20 Sep 2019
When director James Cameron announced he was going to make a film about the legendary sinking of the Titanic on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic, ...

What did the Titanic passengers eat?

IrishCentral - 09 Sep 2019
The Titanic was an ocean-liner like no other and the food served was an insight into the social disparities of the time with first-class passengers enjoying a ...

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