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  1. Vassili Zaitzev

    Vassili Zaitzev Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys,

    I had found this site this summer while my interest was focused on the Titanic.

    Titanic Historical Society Forums • Index page

    There's more the site, but I placed the link of the forum. I read a lot of interesting dicussion and articles. Enjoy!
     
  2. Wayne Little

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    Interesting, thanks for that!
     
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    Very interesting... Thanks for posting...

    Charles
     
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    By the way, my mother saved the copy of the New York Times, dated April 16, 1912, proclaiming the sinking of the Titanic.
    I had the front page framed years ago, and it hangs in my den. The white spot, just below the ship is a tear in the paper
    where the paper was folded, then folded again.

    You'll also note that the photo was re-touched somewhere along the way. The fourth funnel was a fake funnel, but the picture shows smoke coming from it.

    Charles
     

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  5. Vassili Zaitzev

    Vassili Zaitzev Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the share Mr. C, that's a very cool thing to have!
     
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    Just a brief reminder that 100 years ago today (the 10th where I live), the Titanic set sail from Southampton on its maiden voyage and Kate and Leo fell in love on the silver screen in 3D and James Cameron became even richer.
     
  7. DerAdlerIstGelandet

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    Charles that is very cool!
     
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    It's been 100 years today :salute:
     
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    Found out my cousin ID'd the 6yr old using DNA , now lets not forget the Empress of ireland
     
  10. Vassili Zaitzev

    Vassili Zaitzev Well-Known Member

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    The St. Lawerence River correct PB? A tragedy overshadowed by the outbreak of the First World War.
     
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    Only to be toppled by the Lusitania in 1915. Still a tragedy nonetheless, though.
     
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