What if the coal strike didn't happen?


Logan Horning

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In the beginning of 1912, coal miners in Britain decided to go on strike because of how low they were being paid. As a result, many passenger ships were put out of service, and many passengers were forced to switch to the Titanic, which ending up costing them their lives. I assume that if the coal strike didn't happen, the death toll in the sinking would have been lower.
 

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