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titanic leaving southampton harbour w/help from a tug ship. she also had an accident a little while later

On 10 April 1912 the ill-fated Titanic set off on its maiden voyage from the port. The ship hit an iceberg in the middle of the Atlantic on 14 April and sank in two-and-a-half hours, with the loss of lives.

The Titanic was known as the ship of dreams by Harland and Wolff who built her. Description from paulinemaria.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

What does R.M.S Titanic mean?

Great site about the RMS Titanic. All sorts of great stories. pinning for Dee. Oh why he likes the history of the Titanic so much. doesn't matter, my baby loves history.

The Titanic begins the trip (1912)

April 1912 Titanic passing through Belfast Lough en route to the Irish Sea for her trials.Wallpaper and background photos of Titanic photos for fans of R.

Where the Titanic was built. As the locals say, "it was fine when it left Belfast!"

Where the Titanic was built. As the locals say, "it was fine when it left Belfast!" of course it appeared FINE.

The Titanic docked in Southampton and dressed with flags on Good Friday 1912.

Good reference photo for Titanic in perspective photo. The Titanic docked in Southampton and dressed with flags on Good Friday

This unit plan has students act as journalists and write a news story about the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912.

Lesson Plan Idea Objective: Students will understand and retell the story of the sinking Titanic and understand the cause and effects of why the ship sank.

This is the newsreel that ran after the Titanic sank in 1912

This is the newsreel that ran after the Titanic sank in 1912

Historic Titanic Video Footage View old footage of the real ship itself. This is the 1912 version of the story told through a collection of surviving Titanic video clips.

Raising the anchor for the last time, the Titanic departs Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland, at 1:55pm on April 11, 1912. Titantic Photographs by Fr. Francis Browne - LightBox

100 Years Later: A Snapshot of Life on the Titanic

Titantic Photographs by Fr. Francis Browne - Raising the anchor for the last time, titanic departs Ireland 11 th April 1912

RMS Titanic before departing Southampton, England. photo taken Good Friday 5 April 1912

RMS Titanic built by the White Star Line in Belfast, Ireland. Sunk at on April Sister ship to the Olympic Britannic

A selection of images depicting the launch of the doomed ocean liner at the Belfast shipyard where she was constructed

Titanic's Belfast launch - unseen pictures

Titanic's Belfast launch - As the ship begins to slide into the sea the crowds run after to catch a glimpse of it going into the water Photograph: National Museums Northern Ireland

belfast titanic building watertight doors by damiandude, via Flickr:

belfast titanic building watertight doors by damiandude, via Flickr:

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