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On the night of 14 April 1912 at around at 11:40 pm, while the Titanic was sailing about 400 miles (640 km) south of the Grand Banks of Newf...

On the night of 14 April 1912 at around at 11:40 pm, while the Titanic was sailing about 400 miles (640 km) south of the Grand Banks of Newf...

Captain Edward J. Smith posing for a newspaper photographer on the Bridge of the Titanic,only a few hours before departing. Southampton,10 April 1912.

Captain Edward J. Smith posing for a newspaper photographer on the Bridge of the Titanic,only a few hours before departing. Southampton,10 April 1912.

After their rescue by the Carpathian, Titanic survivors were charged $1 per word (approximately $23.85 per word today) to send telegrams of their safety back home. One man spent his last dollar to send the word ‘safe’ to his mother. Like those people hadn’t gone through enough.

After their rescue by the Carpathian, Titanic survivors were charged $1 per word (approximately $23.85 per word today) to send telegrams of their safety back home. One man spent his last dollar to send the word ‘safe’ to his mother. Like those people hadn’t gone through enough.

First Class Suite on the Titanic. Would have loved to have been on that voyage.

First Class Suite on the Titanic. Would have loved to have been on that voyage.

The liner has been authentically coloured in Mr Logvynenko's project that he started to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its sinking. The Titanic's Cafe Parisien is shown in its original splendor in this coloured photograph

Inking of The Titanic: Photographer colours black and white pictures of world's most famous ship with extraordinary results

The liner has been authentically coloured in Mr Logvynenko's project that he started to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its sinking. The Titanic's Cafe Parisien is shown in its original splendor in this coloured photograph

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