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|Gare Maritime||ANTIQUES DEALER AND FAMILY LOST IN DISASTER
Cliff Barry and Peter Kelly
Lusitania victim Edward Booth-Jones his wife and two children....
|7th July 2015|
|Titanic Research||TITANIC AND THE BEDA: FR THOMAS BYLES
In James Cameron’s film Titanic a Catholic priest is seen praying with his fellow passengers and reciting from the Book of Revelation. This man was not a figment of Cameron’s imagination: his name was Fr Thomas Byles...
|21st April 2015|
|Gare Maritime||THE VOYAGER'S DREAM
William Henry Helm Brown was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, at 2am on the morning of the 28th April 1881; he was not destined to grow up there. His father, Alexander Brown moved the whole family over to the US and settled down in Erie, ...
|18th March 2015|
|Titanic Research||HARD A STARBOARD
Another look at that hard right turn......
|31st January 2015|
|Gare Maritime||THE CHAMPAGNE KING, THE PLAYWRIGHT AND THE SAVOY HOTEL
In 1889, the Savoy Hotel was the most modern hotel London had ever seen. Built by R...
|24th October 2014|
|Titanic Research||PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer. Court documents reveal tempestuous marriage....
|21st August 2014|
|Titanic Research||LUCKY 13
Why did only 13 second class men passengers survive the sinking of the Titanic?...
|27th April 2014|
|Gare Maritime||WILLIAM MERIHEINA : AN INVENTIVE SURVIVOR
Jim Kalafus and Michael Poirier
The story of William Meriheina, Lusitania survivor and inventor of the car radio....
|29th March 2014|
|Titanic Research||AUCTIONING THE WALLACE HARTLEY TITANIC VIOLIN
Stuart Kelly describes the excitement and tension of the auction of the most valuable Titanic artefact ever sold....
|7th November 2013|
|Titanic Research||CLASS AND GENDER IN SHAPING THE MEMORY OF THE TITANIC DISASTER SINCE 1912
Joe Woolley explores how the way we see Titanic has been shaped in films such as A Night to Remember and Titanic......
|30th October 2013|