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Encyclopedia Titanica tells the stories of the real people that designed, built and sailed on RMS Titanic.

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Reginald Hale
The second class passenger had returned home to England to comfort with his recently widowed mother. He was lost on the Titanic on his return home, his body recovered and buried at sea. Read more about Reginald Hale...

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New expedition to wreck reveals deterioration
The first dive to the wreck of the Titanic in 15 years has revealed significant further deterioriation to the Titanic's hull. Among the discoveries being the loss of the Captain's bathtub...
Read more... - BBC

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Titanic Survivors at ASFS Institute 1912
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Shipyard that built Titanic may close forever
Harland & Wolff, the shipyard that built the Titanic has seen its workforce fall from 20,000 to just 200 and last built a ship in 2002, now it faces closure.
Harland and Wolff workers 'buoyant' over shipyard's future - BBC News
Building RMS Titanic: exploring Belfast's "world-leading" shipbuilding heritage - History Extra

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Book about Jack Phillips
Did any of you read the book "The Man Who Sent The SOS" ? If so,what do you believe? Read more... - Mimi

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Joseph Wheat
The story of Joseph Wheat who was active helping colleagues during the sinking and later helped fill and man one of the most crowded lifeboats to leave the Titanic...

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The following people were born
RUTTER, Mr Sidney Frank — 22nd August 1885
SKOOG, Master Harald — 22nd August 1906
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