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London Papers Attack Smith

Chicago Tribune

Several more papers severely attack the American inquiry. The Standard says Senator Smith "is rather less qualified for such a task than any individual picked up in an American street car." 

The Morning Post says: "a schoolboy would blush at Senator Smith's ignorance," and adds, "Honest Americans will feel with shame that not merely the White Star company but American civilization is on trial."

London, April 26, 3 a.m.

Related Biographies:

Senator William Alden Smith

Relates to Place:

London, England

Relates to Ship:

Titanic

Acknowledgements

Thomas E. Golembiewski

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2012) London Papers Attack Smith (Chicago Tribune, Friday 26th April 1912, ref: #17548, published 20 April 2012, generated 23rd January 2021 03:11:53 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/london-papers-attack-titanic-inquiry-senator-smith.html