Changes to Watertight Subdivision of Olympic/Britannic

Michael H. Standart

Michael H. Standart

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>> If you don't believe this then you don't understand what a human is. <<

Mark understands very well what it is to be human. He deals with it every day the same as anybody else.

On the matter of keeping track of threads, if you wish to read responses to anything you posted, try clicking on "New Posts" in the upper left hand corner.
 
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Mark Baber

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Here is why I did it. I forgot because I am trying to respond to other threads I have made and I forget.
Once again, that still doesn't explain why you asked a question to which you had already shown you knew the answer.
If you don't believe this then you don't understand what a human is.
Once again, the sass is not necessary. Strike two.
 
HSRP131346-Olympic

HSRP131346-Olympic

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(One interesting point to note is that two of the original watertight bulkheads that extended to D-deck were actually reduced in height, for they were only watertight to E-deck following the 1912-13 refit. This is very rarely mentioned)
That's a strange thing to do from a layman's perspective. Any idea why?
 
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