and, finally, in April, 1912, no gold was leaving the US for France (and, therefore, most likely not to England either), which would suggest that gold was moving in the other direction - coming to the US. See our study of US-France gold exports/imports, at:
> in April, 1912, no gold was leaving the US for >France (and, therefore, most likely not
> to England either), which >would suggest that gold was moving in the other >direction - coming to
> the US.
Thank you for posting that fascinating information! Very informative!
Hey, Geoff, what's your reaction to this new information? Speaking for myself, I'd say that our private discussion about Titanic's cargo (and the interest that certain "officials" have shown in that cargo) has just taken on a new lease on life.
Not true, Colin...they tried, but...I'm still on the street and posting again....
I am also intrigued that almost every ship that has ever gone down is reputed to have held some mysterious 'secret' cargo. Lusitania, half the Spanish Armada, several U-Boats, the Japanese submarine I52, and now Titanic ?