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Sinking of the Titanic (1912)

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  • Local "Skirt" Tale Left Out Of "Titanic"

    They called him ``Skirts'' behind his back and he had to build a high fence around his Kensington home to ward off curiosity seekers.
  • Play at UC Irvine considers Ismay's role in the Titanic

    Play at UC Irvine considers Ismay's role in the Titanic
    On the night of April 14, 1912, an iceberg struck the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage. J. Bruce Ismay, the managing director of the White Star Line, which operated the ship, found a seat on a lifeboat and made his way through the freezing night to...

    Titanic violin auction price of $1.44 million sinks previous records

    Titanic violin auction price of $1.44 million sinks previous records
    LONDON -- The violin believed to have belonged to the bandleader on the Titanic fetched nearly $1.45 million at auction Saturday, becoming far and away the most expensive piece of memorabilia associated with the ocean liner ever to be sold. The...

    Titanic the Experience: Wreck site expert to speak Sunday

    Titanic the Experience: Wreck site expert to speak Sunday
    Titanic the Experience has a limited number of seats left for its "Titanic 101" sessions with P.H. Nargeolet on Sunday afternoon. The International Drive attraction will be home to informational sessions marking the 101st anniversary of the singing of...

    New York: In the footsteps of Titanic survivors

    New York: In the footsteps of Titanic survivors
    NEW YORK — As you may have heard, the Titanic never reached New York. But about 700 of its passengers and crew did get here on the night of April 18, 1912, three days after the sinking. In fact, their arrival drew a crowd of thousands to the...