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Muchas historias y mucha información se ha publicado sobre el naufragio del transatlántico Titanic, el cual en su tiempo se consideró el barco de pasajeros más grande y lujoso del mundo. El 10 de a…

Infografía del Titanic

Muchas historias y mucha información se ha publicado sobre el naufragio del transatlántico Titanic, el cual en su tiempo se consideró el barco de pasajeros más grande y lujoso del mundo. El 10 de a…

The only pictures of the Titanic are the work of Father Francis Brown.  He travelled 1st class and captured all the haunting images that are in existence today

11 Never Before Seen Pictures Of The Titanic

Taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down.Passengers from steerage settle on deck aboard the Titanic.

Wallace Hartley was the leader of the Titanic's band of eight musicians who died when the ship sank. The band played merry tunes to keep up the passengers' spirits, although legend has it that at the end they played "Nearer, my God, to Thee."

Wallace Hartley was the leader of the Titanics band of eight musicians who died when the ship sank. The band played merry tunes to keep up the passengers spirits, although legend has it that at the end they played "Nearer, my God, to Thee.

1912: Man’s technological hubris hits an iceberg and sinks, literally, as the RMS Titanic founders on its maiden voyage.  The liner, in many ways state of the art for the day and trumpeted by her owners, the press and others as "practically unsinkable," struck an iceberg south of the Grand Banks and went down in 2 hours, 40 minutes, taking more than 1,500 people with it.

April 15, 1912: 'God Himself Could Not Sink This Ship'

Stillness in the Storm : 25 Signs That The Global Elite’s Ship Is About To Sink

An exact replica of the Titanic will set sail this year  WTF

An exact replica of the Titanic will set sail this year - WTF fun facts

*TITANIC RECOVERY FACTS ~ I wonder how they determined who everyone was so fast ,to pace them in coffins, bags or on ice??

*TITANIC RECOVERY FACTS ~ I wonder how they d etermined who everyone was so fast ,to pace them in coffins, bags or on ice?

The Titanic would ironically have survived if it had hit the iceberg head on instead of along the side

Titanic’s Darkest Secrets

The Titanic would ironically have survived if it had hit the iceberg head on instead of along the side # 11 is wrong ( only about could have survived if the boats were filled to capacity.

Titanic's last port of call... Cobh, County Cork, Ireland.  Taken by Father Frank Brown as he left the ship prior to her departure.

White Star Wharf, Queenstown (Cobh) showing crowds waiting to embark on the tenders in a picture taken by Father Browne.

A menu, dated April 14 1912, shows the luxury food offered up to first-class passengers on the last day on board the RMS Titanic.

The Titanic's Last Lunch

A menu for the last lunch served on board the stricken Titanic is expected to fetch up to when it goes under the hammer. A menu, dated April 14 shows the luxury food offered up to first.

The Titanic Band

Titanic Facts vs. Titanic Fiction

Portraits of Wallace Hartley (top center) and the other musicians aboard the Titanic, published after the ship sank in

Rigel, a big black Newfoundland dog, belonging to First Officer Murdoch, saved the passengers in Life Boat #4. They were drifting in front of the Carpathia, too weak to call out. The dog had swum in the icy water for three hours, probably looking for his master. He was swimming in front of the lifeboat and alerted the Carpathia crew by barking. The boat might not have been rescued if not for the sharp barking of Rigel.

Rigel, a big black Newfoundland dog, belonging to First Officer Murdoch, saved…

The front page of the April 16, 1912 evening edition of the Boston Globe, detailing the Titanic disaster, was among a collection of newspapers put up for auction by Bonhams during their Titanic: 100 Years of Fact and Fiction auction. Picture: AP

*THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE ~ Front page of the evening edition of the Boston Globe,detailing the Titanic disaster,was among a collection of newspapers put up for auction by Bonhams during their Titanic: 100 Years of Fact and Fiction auction.