Reproductions of ashtrays from the Titanic are absent from the artifacts reproductions sales. Does this mean no one smoked on the Titanic (LOL), or is political correctness now manipulating history for our own good.
Hello. Just a couple of questions.
1)Were passengers aloud to smoke in any other public rooms other than the Smoking Room? (i.e Dining Saloon, Lounge, Parisian Cafe?)
2)What about young smokers? Was it ok for 15-16yr olds to smoke in 1912? How about consuming alcohol?
Anyone know what brands of cigar,ciggarettes and/or pipe tobacco was available on Titanic?
As an occasional smoker of good Cuban stogies and as a pipe smoker, i have often asked my self this question.
I assume the favored cigars enjoyed in the 1st class Smoking Room were Cuban- were they...
I was 'informed' last week that smoking was much more widespread in 1912. True.
But I also heard that first class passengers could grow weed on the Titanic; I couldn't stop laughing. Untrue!(?) Oh dear. I can imagine lots of plant pots hidden in the en-suites, or the engine room!