Voyage to Eternity

The R.M.S. Titanic sailed from Southampton on Wednesday April 10 with 2,208 passengers and crew. On a clear, starlit night, Titanic could not see far enough ahead to see ice and avoid striking it. Even[…]

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Staute of Capt. Smith

There is a sign at the Staute which I will try to read, which was not easy to do, says Alan Here is what the Sign reads ——————————————————————————– COMMANDER EDWARD JOHN SMITH R.N.R., R.D. Captain[…]

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Letters from the Captain

I have found a Message Board Archive that reprints a interesting collection of Letters from Captain Smith to his nephew and other related letters. Repost of the Shelley Dziedzic’s post in case of forum changes….[…]

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It is a night to remember

The tragic story of the “unsinkable” Titanic, going down on her maiden voyage, carrying 1,500 men, women, and children to their death. Supposedly an “unsinkable” ship, the huge British luxury liner met with disaster on[…]

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