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HAWKE COLLISION

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THE CHEEK OF WILLIAM WELLER
Titanica!3rd June 2004
Senan Molony
After the Hawke collision Able Seaman William Clifford Weller was annoyed that he would lose out on wages for the voyage......
John Bernard Walker
In our eagerness to make the ocean liner fast and luxurious, we have forgotten to make her safe...
THE THIRD TITANIC INQUIRY - RYAN V. OSNC
Titanica!15th March 2004
Senan Molony
Transcript of Precis Law Report...
12.45AM - A TIME TO GO!
Titanica!10th March 2008
Senan Molony
What time did the first lifeboat depart the Titanic?...
HARD A-STARBOARD
Titanica!12th February 2002
Nathan Robison
Reconsidering TitanicÂ’s Encounter with the Iceberg...
WHEN DID TITANIC TRY FOR HELP?
Titanica!7th April 2010
Senan Molony
When did the Titanic transmit her distress signal?...
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC RESCUE
Titanica!6th July 2021
Sir James Bisset
Second Officer of the Carpathia recalls a dramatic night...
Titanica!10th October 2020
Brad Payne
IntroductionThe issue of time on Titanic is not a new topic, and many articles, chapters, and books have tried to tackle it. But what is it about Titanic’s time tha...
SPEED AND REVOLUTIONS
Titanica!18th September 2007
Samuel Halpern
Propelling the ship of dreams...
Chicago Examiner20th December 1911
BLAMES WRECK ON PILOTAdmiralty Court Renders Decision in Olympic Collision CaseSpecial Cable to the ExaminerSir Samuel Evans,...
THE LAST LOG OF THE TITANIC
Titanica!31st January 2001
David G. Brown
A reevaluation of the fatal collision....
ROCKETS, LIFEBOATS, AND TIME CHANGES
Titanica!4th March 2010
Samuel Halpern
The story of what took place on the tramp steamer Californian the night of April 14, 1912, is one of those tales that cause some people to argue and fight, and ...
IT'S A CQD OLD MAN: 41.46 NORTH, 50.14 WEST
Titanica!9th January 2009
Samuel Halpern
This two-part article is primarily concerned with how the Titanic’s reported distress positions came about, and why they were so far west of the now known position of the ...
OLYMPIC / HAWKE COLLISION From 'The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters'...
Titanica!
Alec Bagot
Memoirs of a Marconi operator...
Filson Young
The classic text of Titanic by Filson Young...
Titanic's Skipper Was Never in an Accident on High Seas Before This One --- LOVED OCEAN LIKE A BOY --- Grew Up With White Star Line and Had Its Confidence---Junior Offi...
RACING THROUGH THE NIGHT : OLYMPIC'S ATTEMPT TO REACH TITANIC
Titanic Review17th November 2011
Michael Poirier
The story of Olympic's abortive 350 mile dash to save Titanic....
THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC
Titanica!6th June 2001
David G. Brown and Parks E. Stephenson
Explores the hypothesis that that Titanic grounded on an underwater shelf of the iceberg....
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
Titanica!30th April 2003
Captain Laurence V. Wade
The role of the lookouts on the Titanic from the eye of an experienced seaman. ...
OLYMPIC AFTER HAWKE ACCIDENT The hull of the Olympic after the Hawke rammed it (Sept. 20, 1911)...
New York Times16th April 1912
Veteran Commander of Titanic Went Forty Years Without Accident of Any Kind---WHITE STAR'S BEST OFFICER--- Declared Only Recently That He Did Not Believe Modern Ships Could Be S...
The Evening Telegram16th April 1912
BROTHER STEWARD ON TITANIC : Charles Lydiatt Had Been Steward on Every Boat on White Star Line : Brother Waiting for News...
The Daily Banner16th May 1912
By A Nephew Of A Mt. Vernon Man Who Was Rescued In One Of The Life Boats Charles Burgess Arriv...
RMS TITANIC 100 YEARS ON
Titanica!15th April 2012
Philip Hind
Why the sinking of the Titanic has etched itself into our consciousness......
Worcester Evening Post16th April 1912
ST. JOHNS, N.F. April 16.- All hope that any of the passengers or members of the crew of the Titanic, other than those on the Carpathia, are alive was abandoned this afternoon. All t...
TITANIC'S PRIME MOVER
Titanica!9th July 2007
Samuel Halpern
An Examination of Propulsion and Power...
THE NEW YORK INCIDENT
Titanica!5th January 2018
Near collision for world's largest ship....
ICE ON DECK
Titanica!12th February 2002
Henning Pfeifer
Further analysis of the iceberg impact....
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES
Voyage29th April 2007
Mark Chirnside and Sam Halpern
Charting the maiden voyage route...
DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE
Titanica!14th January 2009
Richard Krebes
Film depicted them as irresponsible youths who let their attention wander......
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
Voyage23rd May 2013
Art Braunschweiger
Who did what on Titanic's Bridge?...
A TITANIC MYSTERY: EXPLORING THE ESCAPE OF ROBERT W. DANIEL
Titanica!15th April 2021
Randy Bryan Bigham, Richard Edwards and Brandon Whited
The rescue of one of the Titanic disaster's most prominent first-class survivors ...
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC RMS Titanic and RMS Olympic meet for the last time in Belfast in March 1912....
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE (1)
Southport Guardian20th April 1912
SOUTHPORT AND BIRKDALE MEN. Yesterday the list of the names of members of the crew of the Titanic who have been rescued were published, and as they did not include those of...
SURVIVOR FROM 'TITANIC'
Hampshire Chronicle27th April 1912
A Newhaven A.B. Who Has Faced ManyPerils of the DeepMr Will Clifford Weller, who w...
Titanica!19th September 2017
Titanic passengers and crew that experienced shipwrecks either before or after the Titanic disaster....
GRAPHIC STORIES OF TITANIC'S SINKING TOLD BY EYEWITNESSES
Brooklyn Daily Eagle19th April 1912
Steward Walter H. Nichols of the Titanic details for The Eagle the Scenes Following the Collision and the Launching of the Lifeboats....
British Inquiry20th May 1912
Examined by Mr. RAYMOND ASQUITH.13272. You were a First class Stewardess on the "Titanic," were you not?- Yes.13273. And at the time the ship struck t...
THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!3rd July 2001
David Gleicher
Was survival or loss determined the Titanic's design?...
THE ICEBERG — RESURFACED?
Titanica!9th July 2001
Henning Pfeifer
Icebergs photographed after the sinking bear the hallmarks of a collision....
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
Titanica!31st August 2004
Allison Lane
<div class="etrtext"><p>No other shipwreck in history has left such an indelible imprint upon the public consciousness as that of the RMS <i>Titanic</i>. Ninety-two y...
TITANIC: FREEBOARD CONTACT WITH THE BERG
Titanica!14th December 2014
Eugene Nesmeyanov
Shedding new light on how the collision with the iceberg occurred...
SIBLINGS' LOVE SURVIVES FATEFUL NIGHT
Voyage8th September 2018
Mike Poirier
The story of brother and sister Emma Schabert and Philipp Mock...
A POSSIBLE ROLE OF SPACE WEATHER IN THE TITANIC DISASTER
Titanica!5th October 2020
Mila Zinkova
IntroductionIn my recent article (Zinkova, 2020) I discussed the possibility of the space weather affecting some aspects of t...
H.M.S. HAWKE
Washington Times16th April 1912
That Captain Smith believed the Titanic and the Olympic to be absolutely unsinkable is recalled by a man who had a conversation with the veteran commander on a recent voyage of the Olympic....
Stratford Express20th April 1912
Mr William Dixon Mackie, fifth engineer on the steamship Titanic, who, it is feared has perished in the wreck of that ill-fated vessel. ...
Oxford Illustrated24th April 1912
MR WOODWARD was the youngest son of Mrs Woodward of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Magdalen College Choir, living in Oakthorpe Road, Oxford. Mr. Wesley...
Gloucester Citizen19th April 1912
Relatives overjoyed at escape from death...
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
Titanic Review6th December 2004
Michael Tennaro
In this new book, Chirnside has done the triplets proud, with a thoroughly researched history of each of these vessels. ...
LIGHTOLLER'S TITANIC ACCOUNT Charles Herbert Lightoller
Extract from 'The Titanic and Other Ships'...
Chicago Tribune18th April 1912
SKIPPER PREDICTS FATE OF TITANIC Wreck of Liner Fulfills Prophecy Made by a Veteran Steamship Captai...
HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED
Brooklyn Daily Eagle19th April 1912
Brooklyn Man, Saved With Wife on Honeymoon, Tells of Over Confidence...
New York Times19th April 1912
Not the Custom of the White Star Line to Try to Break Records --- TOOK LAST BOAT, HE SAYS --- Awakened by Crash---Doesn't Know About Bulkheads---Ship Sank in 2 Hours...
Elizabeth Daily Journal19th April 1912
THRILLING STORIES BY TITANIC'S SAVED; TEN ON WAY TO ELIZABETH LOSE LIVES...
I WAS SAVED FROM THE TITANIC
Titanica!15th November 2010
Lady Duff Gordon
A vivid eyewitness account of the legendary shipwreck and its aftermath. Edited by Randy Bryan Bigham...
WE HAVE NO LOOK-OUT GLASSES IN THE CROW'S NEST.
Titanica!19th November 2011
Art Braunschweiger
Perhaps the most catastrophic lapse of memory in history...
Titanica!28th March 2018
Samuel Halpern
Samual Halpern explains a Titanic time conundrum...
THE Commander of the Titanic Captain Edward J. Smith, Royal Naval Reserve, (widely know as E.J. by all passengers and crew) was very well known and was one of the most popular masters in the Atlantic ...
Prior to leaving on the Titanic, Jack had been courting his fiancee (a Miss May Hinton of Woolston, Southampton) and they had agreed to become engaged. Jack wrote the following letter (actual letter s...
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''THE appalling disaster to the Titanic has taken away, in the person of Lieut, H. T. Wilde, RNR, one of the most promising officers serving with the White Star Line.''...
New-York Tribune
Big White Star Boat Going Into Drydock at Belfast --- When the White Star steamship Olympic sailed yesterday morning it was announced that she would land her passengers at Plymou...
OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
The Sphere30th September 1911
Takes 23,000,000 gallons to fill...
Southport Visitor16th April 1912
We understand that among the crew of the Titanic is Mr. James Walpole, elder brother of Mr. H. Walpole, a prominent local bowler. This is the second shipping disaster Mr. Jas. Walpole has b...
The Scotsman17th April 1912
Frank Maybery believed to be missing...
Brighton Argus17th April 1912
Article about Titanic survivor Isaac Maynard from Shoreham, Sussex...
Washington Times17th April 1912
As Captain of Olympic Smith's Vessel Hit British Cruiser Last Fall---If the twentieth century retained a belief in the power of malignant spirits and the human passions of natural forces, ...
Cambridge Independent Press19th April 1912
Mr. Arthur William Barringer, son of Mr. William Barringer, of 15 Thoday Street, Cambridge, was a Steward on the Titanic. It is hoped that he may be among those of the crew who were rescued, but his n...
Western Morning News20th April 1912
Captain and Mrs. T. Hoskings (sic), 17, The Green, Shaldon, received a telegram yesterday from Mr. Bock (the former’s cousin), now in America, to the effect that he had travelled down to New Y...
Daily Enterprise20th April 1912
August H. Weikman, of Palmyra, ship's barber on the Titanic, who was among those rescued, graphically described at his home yesterday the wrecking and sinking of the Titanic....
Surrey Advertiser and County Times20th April 1912
Among others on board the vessel, and who, it is feared, has been drowned, was Mr. E. W. Hamblyn, of Southampton, elder brother of Mrs. H. A. Jamieson, of Portesbury Road, Camberley, Surrey. He was a ...
Staffordshire Advertiser20th April 1912
Captain E. J. Smith, the commander of the ill-fated vessel, was a native of Hanley, the son of Mr. E. J. Smith. He was educated at the British Schoo...
The New York Times21st April 1912
Friends of the Titanic's Bandmaster Say He Believed In Music's Power to Prevent Panic...
The Examiner26th April 1912
PERSONAL DETAILS Interesting sidelights on the character of Captain E. J. Smith and the officers associated with him in his last command, the mammoth liner Titanic, were thrown by the offic...
Whitehaven News2nd May 1912
The Blackburn Times of the 20th inst. contains the following account of an interview with Mr. James Shepherd, son of the late Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, formerly of Whitehaven, and now residing at Blackbu...
Southend Standard16th May 1912
Pathetic Ceremony at Liverpool. Impressive Scenes at the Funeral of Steward Lawrence.A funeral unique in the history of Liverpool was solemnised at the West Derby Cemetery, on ...
Warwick Examiner and Times15th September 1913
Mrs Gold was a stewardess of the vessel, and had been in the White Star service for 10 years. Previous to being on the Titanic, Mrs Gold was on the Olympic and experienced the collision between the li...
The Times23rd April 1917
The remarkable adventures of a young fireman have been brought to light through the sinking of the "Donegal." John Priest, who lives in Southampton, is only 29 years of age. He has been on the...
SWITCH THEORY FOUNDERS IN A SEA OF EVIDENCE
Titanic Review12th July 2004
Monica Hall
OLYMPIC & TITANIC - The Truth Behind The Conspiracy by Steve Hall and Bruce Beveridge...
THE TUGS AT TITANIC'S DEPARTURE
Titanica!6th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Albert Edward, Hercules, Vulcan, Ajax, Hector Neptune...
VULCAN
Voyage13th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Vulcan struggling to pull the stern of the New York (left) away from Titanic's port side (Eaton-Haas Collection)...
THE MYSTERY OF TITANIC'S CENTRAL PROPELLER
Voyage5th May 2008
Mark Chirnside
...
VIOLET'S BARREN WHITE STAR WEDDING
Titanica!27th April 2011
Senan Molony
The story of Titanic survivor Violet Jessop's short-lived marriage revealed for the first time....
RMS OLYMPIC BY BRIAN HAWLEY
Titanic Review5th September 2012
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly review Brian Hawley's book on Titanic's sister ship RMS Olympic...
The Evening Post16th April 1912
Theterrible tragedy of the Titanic, even though it is possible to hopethat fuller information may mitigate it, presents several mysteries.Whence and how came thereports spread every...
SAFEGUARDING LIFE AT SEA
People's Journal27th April 1912
Hundreds of correspondents have responded to our request for ideas of inventions for safeguarding life at sea. ...
Chicago Examiner23rd March 1913
Liners Near Collision in Heavy Mist; Passengers Thrown About Decks      New York,  March 22---Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G...
The Times27th April 1935
Cargo vessel's encounter with ice...
MYSTERY SHIP MADE SIMPLE
Titanica!17th February 2004
Senan Molony
Case-closed on the Californian?...
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
Titanica!29th April 2006
Samuel Halpern
How many icebergs were sighted the night the Titanic went down?...
A MATTER OF COURSE
Titanica!22nd September 2006
Randy Bryan Bigham
Titanic's Plucky Countess...
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
Titanica!8th October 2009
Senan Molony
Fourth Officer of the Mount Temple...
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
Titanica!26th April 2012
Hugh Brewster
The inaction of a man of action...
ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!17th June 2012
Gerhard Schmidt-Grillmeier
Research sheds new light on an elusive Titanic survivor......
I SURVIVED THE TITANIC
Titanica!10th May 2020
Edith L. Rosenbaum
Edith Rosenbaum's Detailed Account of the Titanic Disaster...
Southport Visitor18th April 1912
As stated in Tuesdays Visitor among the crew of the ill fated liner was Mr. James Walpole, brother of Mr. Horace Walpole, of 17 Line-street, Southport and brother-in-law of th...
New York Post19th April 1912
Many of the lifeboats which bore the survivors of the Titanic to safety were only half-filled according to a Pennsylvania business man, who stood at the rail of the Carpathia and saw every one of the ...
Hampshire Post19th April 1912
Also on board is Mrs. Coghlan, of Beach Road, and who is on board as a First Class Stewardess. Mrs. Coghlan who is engaged under the name of Miss Annie Martin is among the official list of ...
Sheffield Daily Telegraph20th April 1912
Miss Evelyn Marsden, who was a nurse-stewardess in the first caloon on the Titanic, is among the rescued. ...
JAMES JOHNSTONE
Liverpool Echo22nd April 1912
Newspaper reports that steward James Johnston is saved...
Eastbourne Gazette24th April 1912
One of the best known among the hero musicians of the Titanic was Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, son of Mrs. Woodward, of The Firs, Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, who was one of the violoncelle players o...
Royal Cornwall Gazette25th April 1912
The most impressive gathering was that at the Baptist Sunday School, with which the family of the late Mr. W. H. Nancarrow, one of the Mount Charles victims, was connected. As the children were being ...
BRISBANE, April 24For some time past there has been in Brisbane Captain Anning, who at one time was commander of the White Star liner Persic, trad...
Somerset County Gazette27th April 1912
Among the large number of souls who perished with the Titanic recently we regret to report that among that number was a young man named Richard Parsons, aged 18, a native of Ashbrittle, and whose r...
Birkenhead News4th May 1912
MISS STAP'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER...
Lloyds Weekly News
A fine tribute to the engineers and boiler room staff of the ‘Titanic’, the ’Black Squad’, who stood their posts in the bowels of the ship, to the last, was paid by Lord Charles Beresford in a lett...
Daily Northwestern17th April 1912
Mrs. Wick's recollections...
New York Times18th April 1912
Modestly Gives Credit to Other Inventors and Speaks of Life Saving from Titanic...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle19th April 1912
400 Feet Long and 90 Feet High, Says Carpathia Physician...
San Francisco Bulletin19th April 1912
From Which He Escapes After Thrilling Experience NEW YORK, April 19.-Dr. Washington Dodge of San Francisco, at the Hotel Wolcott here, gave the following account of the wreck: ...
New York Times19th April 1912
The following thrilling statement was dictated today by Mr. Bride, the assistant Marconi operator on board the Titanic, to the New York Times representative......
Atlantic City Daily Press20th April 1912
The party of three women have been on a year's tour in England and other European countries and Miss Allen is to marry Dr. Mendell, a prominent London physician in about a month. ...
San Francisco Bulletin20th April 1912
Several Boats Lowered Only Half Filled; "Tumbled In" When Told to. By Dr. Washington Dodge NEW YORK, April 20.-At 10 p.m. Sunday while my wife and I went out for a stroll along...
Southport Visitor20th April 1912
THE MISSES BONNELL. Among the passengers on board the Titanic was Miss Lily Bonnell, of 17, Welbeck-road, who was proceeding on a six months' visit to her brother, who ...
GRAPHIC STORY OF TITANIC SURVIVORS' RESCUE
Pittsburgh Press21st April 1912
Pittsburg Architect, passenger on the Carpathia...
Washington Herald21st April 1912
Charge of Negligence Preferred by Canadian Official Is Supported by Witness...
Bureau County Republican2nd May 1912
PICKED UP BY THE CARPATHIA Young Englishman Relates Experiences in Greatest Maritime disaster in World's History. Seven hundred persons, who packed the Star theatre to its capa...
Daily Sketch8th May 1912
ex-Navy man witness at the Titanic inquiry...
United States Senate Hearings15th May 1912
Enclosed herewith find sworn statement of Imanita Shelley (Mrs. William Shelley) in regard to the Titanic disaster. ...
THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK
Titanica!8th November 2001
Tracy Smith, Michael H. Standart & Captain Erik D. Wood
Could Captain Lord and the Californian have done more to save the passengers and crew of the Titanic....
TITANIC'S ROCKETS
Titanica!15th March 2002
Senan Molony
HOW MANY rockets were fired by the Titanic? "Eight!"It’s one of those facts we have unquestioningly received; an ...
COMPELLING TITANIC THOUGHTS FROM THE ROCK
Titanic Review29th September 2002
Gavin Murphy
It is often not an easy task, nor a popular enterprise, to be a revisionist of ocean liner his...
TITANIC'S TIME ENIGMAS
Titanica!16th February 2003
Markus Philipp
One of the thorniest questions about the Titanic disaster is, how her clock was changed during the journey. Several events observed by differing observers at different locations add to the ...
1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG
Titanica!6th February 2004
Senan Molony
Murdoch, in death, re-wrote the seamanship manual for best practice....
The allocation of cabins on the Titanic is a source of continuing interest and endless speculation. Apart from the recollections of survivors and a few tickets and boarding cards, the only auth...
ROYAL STANDARD
Voyage14th November 2004
John P. Eaton
The story of a White Star liner that struck an iceberg 47 years before the Titanic......
MAGGIE MADIGAN - AN IRISH IMMIGRANT'S DREAMS UNFULFILLED
Voyage1st January 2005
Robert L. Bracken
It was August 11, 1890 in the small County Limerick village...
Pat Winship
Lightoller biography...
NOMADIC
Voyage22nd August 2005
John P. Eaton
The Titanic's tender at Cherbourg...
TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
Titanica!21st October 2006
Captain Charles B. Weeks
I created this document to assist Titanic researchers. I have found it maddening to have to thumb through numerous books to find a particular citation on a certain subject. Using this document you ...
WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS
Voyage10th November 2006
Charles A. Haas
White Star was a serious player in the world of cargo, and the carriage of livestock comprised a significant part of that trade. ...
TITANIC'S SUPREME SURVIVOR
Titanica!13th December 2006
Senan Molony
How the President of the Board of Trade misled parliament and got away with it...
RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW
Titanica!9th March 2007
Brandon C. Holm
Titanic, a word that conveys a history and numerous amounts of thoughts, ideas. The American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition defines titanic as, “of enormous scope, power, or inf...
MCGOUGH THE KEY?
Titanica!5th September 2008
Senan Molony
THERE’S a Titanic seaman named McGough who is claimed to be a human key to understanding the sequence of lifeboat departures.He’s said to have helped lower lifeboat No. 14 – but to ...
WHY A LOW ANGLE BREAK?
Titanica!23rd October 2008
Samuel Halpern
Titanic may have split in two at a relatively shallow angle...
WHO TALKED TO TITANIC?
Titanica!11th March 2010
Senan Molony
Marconi chart offers insight into Titanic interlocutors...
Senan Molony
Captain Stanley Lord master of the SS Californian, interviewed by Leslie Harrison...
Titanica!18th July 2011
George Jacub
The timing of the middle boats : the Mount Everest of challenges for Titanic researchers....
R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING
Titanica!10th September 2013
Luca Marzano
Luca Marzano proposes a hypothetical sinking sequence inspired by the recollection of a young passenger, 17-year-old Jack Thayer....
UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD
Titanic News31st March 2014
A letter written by a Titanic survivor on board the Titanic on the day of the collision is to be auctioned......
THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH
Titanica!25th July 2015
Brandon Whited
The only woman in the world who in just a year's time made her debut, got engaged, married, survived the Titanic, became a widow, and then a mother...
COMING TO THE BOYLE
Titanica!15th March 2019
Senan Molony
Titanic fire evidence prompts ‘Problems!’ remark...
Alejandro Gárate Uruchurtu
A Mexican passenger was on board the famous transatlantic liner Titanic...
Voyage
Floyd Andrick
Winnifred Quick VanTongerloo died on July 4, 2002 at the age of 98 years. She was one of only four remaining Titanic survivors and the only one who could still tell of the 1912 event from her own memory....
Saalfeld was in the First Class Smoking Room when the collision occurred; he was advised by a steward to go to the boat deck. In his cabin he had left samples of perfume that he was taking to A...
Titanica!
Michael Findlay
A Daughter Remembers Margaret Devaney O'Neill...
The Sphere
Joseph Scarrott
Able Seaman Joseph Scarrott's Story of the Titanic Sinking...
1919 Madame Tussaud & Sons Catalogue entry 27. Commander Edward J. Smith, R.N.R., born 1853. Commander Smith was Captain of the White Star liner ''Titanic'' which went down in the Atlantic...
Unidentified Newspaper
Stood on Decks as Leviathan Staggered to Its Grave and Met Fate Like Heroes....
[The Church was demolished in 1860 but the churchyard still exists. The gravestones are next to the Storrow obelisk near the churchyards north-west gate.]Joseph Bell who departed this life...
Brian J. Ticehurst
The story of a Titanic Survivor...
INTERVIEW WITH MAJOR FRANK PRENTICE
BBC South Today
Frank Prentice recalls his rescue from the Titanic...
National Magazine
Marie G. Young
A survivors's account of the Titanic Disaster...
Dear Bertie, Just a few lines to let you know I arrived on board all right but what a day we have had of it, it's been nothing but work all day long but I can tell you nothing as regards w...
MEMORIAL TO JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD A memorial plaque to Titanic cellist John Wesley Woodward, art All Saints Church, Lime Walk, Headington, Oxford....
Named on Millbrook Church Memorial.Named on St Mary's Church, Eling, nr. Southampton Memorial. The memorial is situated just inside the church on the right.''To The Memory of''Freder...
Harper, Miss Nina. Saved in Lifeboat number 11 with her cousin Jessie Leith. Returned to England via SS Celtic, 25th April 1912. Aged 6 years. Later (1934) became Mrs. Pont, died 1986...
Voyage
Michael A. Findlay
Mrs. Winnifred Quick VanTongerloo on 4 July 2002, at the Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. Mrs. VanTongerloo, aged 98, was one of four remaining survivors of the 1912 Titanic sinking,...
Unidentified Newspaper
Oldest known living survivor of the Titanic disaster...
R.M.S. TITANIC: UNIQUE ORIGINAL PLAN USED THROUGHOUT THE BRITISH TITANIC ENQUIRY. A large scales plan of the Titanic used during the Titanic enquiry is offered for sale......
Nord-Matin
Gerard COUCKE
Picture by Jean HEMERY On Sunday evening(a), an American movie by Jean Negulesco opened on the 1st channel; it was dedicated to the dramatic sinking of the Titanic which, in the night...
SIR EDWARD J. HARLAND, BART.; 'the sixth of a family of eight.' Hisfather, Dr. Harland, a graduate of Edinburgh University, practised inScarborough until nearly the period of his death, in...
SS NEW YORK Famous because of her near collision with the Titanic....
SS NEW YORK (1) Famous because of her near collision with the Titanic....
SS NEW YORK (2) Famous because of her near collision with the Titanic, the New York was a ship most people like to travel on. This is view 3 out of 3...
STAND TO YOUR POST / BE BRITISH Recorded in London May or June 1912...
TITANIC STRIKES THE ICEBERG Artist's impression of the Titanic's collision with an iceberg....
Named on the Musicians Memorial at the Old Library site, London Road, Southampton.also named on the St Marys Church Musicians Memorial, St Marys, Southampton.also he is mention...
The Independent24th June 1875
ANOTHER very terrible wreck of an iron steamship has been reported and a loss of human lives has been the consequence, which must cause a shudder to the intending passengers to Europe this season. ...
New York Times20th January 1889
A WHITE STAR STEAMER THAT IS EXPECTED TO BEAT ALL RECORDS---BELFAST, Jan. 19---The new White Star steamer Teutonic was launched thismorning from the Queens Island ya...
Town and Country19th April 1902
A. I. M.
The Personal Side of Some of the Popular Captains of Atlantic Liners"I suppose Captain V— is still in command of the A?" asked a woman, as she was about to e...
Illustrated London News2nd May 1908
"Yours received in Cherbourg, France yesterday evening. We have had everything working nicely so far, except when leaving Southampton.As soon as the Titanic began to move out of th...
Dear Frank,I hope that you got to Belfast all right and started work on time, I got your wire from Liverpool.We have made a good run from Southampton everything working A1, we nearly had a...
Titanic Timeline14th April 1912
The ship is steaming at 22 1/2 knots. Lookout Frederick Fleet sights an iceberg. He rings the bridge. "What did you see", is the response. He replies "Iceberg right ahead"! It ...
ALL SAFE AFTER COLLISION
Unidentified Newspaper15th April 1912
From an unidentified French paper...
The Evening Telegram16th April 1912
A husband nearing home, a wife receiving with joy the message that assured her of her husband's welfare. Then the news which has been received with deepest sadness by the whole world......
Chicago Record-Herald16th April 1912
Exciting scenes were witnessed at Lloyds underwriting rooms yesterday.  Insurance losses in the last six months have been unparalleled in the history of Lloyds in liners of the biggest class....
Chicago Tribune16th April 1912
F. Harrison Powers of New York and Paris, a guest at the Congress hotel has been a passenger several times on White Star boats commanded by Capt. E. J. Smith of the Titanic.“But I only...
Chicago American16th April 1912
Whence came the wireless messages of Monday assuring the world of Titanic rescue?...
Daily Northwestern17th April 1912
Silverthorne account...
Chicago Tribune17th April 1912
Amerika Encountered Menace in the Path of Ill-Fated ship and Sent ...
The Evening Post18th April 1912
Chargesranging from indifference to deliberate suppression of news are beingmade against the White Star officials on both sides of theAtlantic. As ground for these charges one...
MOSS SIDE MAN AMONG THE CREW
Manchester Evening News18th April 1912
Had a horror of the Olympic...
Cornishman18th April 1912
AT THE WHEEL WHEN THE SHIP STRUCKThe quartermaster at the wheel when the ship struck the iceberg was Mr. Robert Hichens, believed to be a native of Newlyn, who is one of the survivors. Intervie...
Highland Times18th April 1912
ow is it that the Titanic, which with its patent watertight compartments was supposed to be unsinkable, went down in the short space of four hours: and how, if she remained afloat even for that short ...
Chicago Daily News19th April 1912
Impressive Services Over Victims Are Held Aboard the Carpathia...
Washington Times19th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19---C. H. Stengle, one of the first passengers off the vessel, said that the collision of the Titanic with the iceberg was the result of "criminal carelessness.""The ship ...
New York Times19th April 1912
Swept from Raft to Which His Son Managed to Cling---The manner in which John B. Thayer, Second Vice President of thePennsylvania Railroad, met his death along with eighteen or twenty otherm...
Washington Herald19th April 1912
Head of White Star Line, Under Guard, Makes First Statement---New York, April 18---Mr. J. Bruce Ismay left the ship at about 11:15 o’clock to-night and went to the rear of the dock where t...
Toronto Daily Star19th April 1912
H.B. Stephenson Account...
Fort Wayne News19th April 1912
Dear Mrs. Astor. I sat in the same boat which saved you when the Titanic went down. I also will soon have a baby. My husband, Nicholas, was drowned. All our money and things went dow...
Philadelphia Inquirer19th April 1912
But for This It Is Believed the Stricken Giant's Cries for Help Would Have Been Heard inTime to Save All ---------HALIFAX, N. S., April 18.--With two ex...
Camden Post-Telegram19th April 1912
Titanic's Barber Tells of His Terrible Experience on Sinking Liner...
The Evening Post19th April 1912
Out of the fragmentary and disjointed reports of the survivors of the Titanic tragedy loom the big facts that compel the action on which congress has promptly engaged not only for thoroug...
Washington Times19th April 1912
Col. Gracie Describes Scenes on Titanic After the Accident---Last of the survivors to leave the sinking Titanic, Col. Archibald Gracie, of Washington, tells a story of horrible hardship in...
Akron Beacon Journal20th April 1912
Families sat in water a foot deep...
Birkenhead News20th April 1912
One of those on board the Titanic and who it is feared is amongst those who have perished, is Mr. J. F. P. Clarke, formerly a member of the orchestra of the Argyle Theatre of...
The Witney Gazette20th April 1912
An early statement on the facts of the sinking by a "Committee" of the Survivors:-...
DIE WOCHE (GERMANY), APRIL 20 1912 Titanic victims in a German weekly...
Atlantic City Daily Press20th April 1912
E. Z. Taylor, of London, Gives Graphic Story of Shipwreck and Rescue ---------- E. Z. Taylor, of Philadelphia and London, and stockholder in the American Mono- Service Co., told h...
The Toronto World20th April 1912
Loss of Titanic, He Says, Was Due to Criminal Carelessness in Running at Full Speed Thru the Ice With a New Crew--Capt. Smith Was Having His Dinner When Crash Came--Major Peuchen Left in T...
Highland News20th April 1912
The stupendous tragedy which occurred in the North Atlantic on the evening of Sunday last has stunned civilisation with its awfulness. ...
Dowagiac Daily News20th April 1912
THEY RECITE A GRAPHIC TALE OF THE GREAT SEA DISASTER OF A WEEK AGO. "Ladies and Grooms First" Was Order They Obeyed and Both Left the Ship Together TELL EXPERIENCES WHILE AFLOA...
The Times20th April 1912
The following further statements have been made by survivors......
Cleveland Plain Dealer20th April 1912
Mrs. Geo. D. Wick, Denies All Evidence That Youngstown Man is LostFirst of Rescued From Titanic Pass Through ClevelandHolding onto what is more than a forlorn hope, when hop...
RESCUED UNION HILL GIRL'S STORY
Jersey Journal20th April 1912
A story entirely different from that of those rescued from the Titanic is told by Miss Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill. When seen at her home last night Miss Dowdell was very empha...
Hudson Observer20th April 1912
---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell Heard Only the Cries and Sobs of the Passengers as the White Star Liner Went Down at Sea ---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell, 30 years old, of 2...
New York Times20th April 1912
Mrs. Cornell Among Those Who Worked at the OarsWOMEN MANNED LIFEBOATSForced to Oars by Lack of Proper Crew---Girl Who Gave Up Her Seat...
Connaught Telegraph20th April 1912
The White Star Liner, Titanic, which sailed from Southampton on Wednesday, after calling at Queenstown for passengers for New York, collided with an iceberg on Monday morning and was wrecked. She ...
Chicago Tribune21st April 1912
The women were being placed in the boats, and two men took hold of me and almost pushed me into a boat. I did not appreciate the danger and I struggled until they released me....
Boston Daily Globe21st April 1912
Miss Evans Gave Up Place in Boat That a Mother Could Live---Mrs Brown of Acton Tells of Her Rescue Due to Other's Sacrifice---Saved throu...
THESE TWO MEN JUMPED OVERBOARD JUST BEFORE TITANIC SANK; ALL LIGHTS LIT WHEN SHE FOUNDERED
Calgary Herald21st April 1912
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Chicago American22nd April 1912
Four women who were rescued from the Titanic passed through this city on their way to their Western homes.  They were: Mrs. H. F. Chaffee of Amenia, N. D.; whose husband was drowned; Mrs. Wal...
Brighton Argus24th April 1912
Mr. Pitman, the third officer, who confirmed the statement that only two boats were lowered at the Board of Trade inspection.He did not see any ice before the disaster, but knew a wireless warni...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle24th April 1912
[May Howard's account]...
Evanston Daily News25th April 1912
Mrs. Mary Hewlitt, of Lucknow, India, Was RescuedFrom the Disabled Craft, Gives Description of DisasterWas Traveling AloneW...
Chicago American25th April 1912
Fears are entertained by Dr. Thomas J. O’Malley, who is attending Miss Annie Kelly, the seventeen-year-old girl survivor of the Titanic, that she will never gain her normal condition as...
Newark Evening News26th April 1912
News that Gwinn Perished on Titanic Long Kept from Asbury Park Woman WAS MAIL CLERK ON LINER Special Service of the NEWS ASB...
Cambridge Independent Press26th April 1912
Mr. F. E. G. Coy, nephew of Mr. Jonathan Coy, of Prickwillow Road, Ely, was an engineer on the Titanic, and no news has been received of his being among those rescued. He also was on the Olympic at th...
The Stevens Point Journal27th April 1912
FiremanDetails How Flames Broke Out In Coal Bunkers After Leaving Southamptonand Steamship Was Rushed Westward So That Blaze Might Be Extinguishedin New York Port....
MEMORIAL CARD: HULDA CLASéN That my unforgettable daughter Hulda Kristina Eugenia Clasén, born Löfqvist, ...
New York Sun27th April 1912
Thomas D. M. Cardeza of Philadelphia told last night at the Ritz-Carlton how he and his mother, Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, together with the latter's maid and Mr. Cardeza's valet, got away fro...
Syracuse Herald28th April 1912
Titanic Survivor to Appear at Auburn Theater. T.M. OSBORNE TO PRESIDE Meeting Will Be a Public Memorial Service for the Victims...
Maidenhead Advertiser29th April 1912
Nellie Walcroft
Sir, I am sending the account of my journey on the Titanic thinking that it will interest those at Maidenhead whom I know. I left Maidenhead on April 9th., stayed in London and cau...
The Scotsman29th April 1912
Harry Senior, a fireman, told a vivid narrative. Referring to the captain's heroism, he said :- "I was asleep...
The Times29th April 1912
After the men had had dinner the taking of their statements was rapidly proceeded with, and it was soon announced that a number of them were at liberty to leave the dock premises if they wished to ...
THE ONLY TITANIC HONEYMOON COUPLE SAVED
Dundee Evening Telegraph30th April 1912
Mr and Mrs George A. Harder, of Brooklyn, N.Y., the only honeymoon couple rescued out of eleven who were on board the Titanic....
Newark Star30th April 1912
Body recovered by cable ship at the scene of wreck....
Richmond County Country Club, N.Y.:''Dear Dorothy (Ockenden), I was so pleased to receive your letter and to find you had not forgotten me. I had intended writing to you before but I wa...
THE FIGHT FOR THE TITANIC'S LAST LIFEBOAT
Daily Mirror17th May 1912
One of the most thrilling narratives of the Titanic, disaster is that of Frank Dymond, an ex-Navy man, who was placed in charge of boat No. 15...
The Courier News17th May 1912
Survivors give evidence at Titanic enquiry......
Brooklyn Daily Eagle19th May 1912
Col. Gracie Carried Over as Giant Wave Swept Deck : CLUNG TO WRECKAGE : Stood Hours on Raft Knee Deep in Water and Afraid to Move....
THOMAS WHITELEY TO SPEAK AT MASSACHUSETTS THEATRE
Lowell Sun27th May 1912
Advertisement for a lecture by the Titanic Survivor...
San Francisco Chronicle29th May 1912
Senate Committee Also Scores [sic] Captain of the Steamer Californian. COULD HAVE SAVED ALL. Praise for Carpathia Crew and Gold Medal for her Captain. WASHINGTON. M...
John Bull6th July 1912
We have no hesitation in characterising the conduct of Messrs. Ismay, Imrie and Co. as brutal and heartless....
Oceanic Sights Them on Old Route Titanic Took---The White Star liner Oceanic arrived yesterday from Southampton, Cherbourgand Queenstown over the old route, which has not been use...
ICEBERGS IN THE ATLANTIC
The Times14th August 1912
Wild panic reported in August 1912 emergency...
Christian Science Sentinel20th December 1912
Lawrence Beesley
It would be impossible within a limited space to do more than enumerate the profound changes of thought which Christian Science has wrought in me during the seven years I have known of it. When I firs...
White Star Liner Arrives After Six Months Undergoing Alterations for Safety --- NOW ICEBERG PROOF --- Complete New Inside Hull to Keep Her Afloat in Case of Collision...
Boston Globe10th July 1913
Mrs Wiseman, Quebec, Seeks $50,000...
Chicago Tribune10th August 1913
Reginald Lee, One of Seamen in the Lookout When Steamer Sank, Succumbs in London...
The Bathurst Times6th September 1913
The Heroine of the Titanic...
Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette16th January 1914
First time that a suggestion in regard to the unseaworthiness of the Titanic has been raised in the courts...
Dundalk Democrat27th June 1914
If ever a fireman bore a charmed life it is Fireman William Clark, of the ill-fated liner Empress of Ireland. An insatiable thirst for adventure has carried him all over the world. He...
The Scotsman19th September 1914
Women and Children drowned...
Chicago Examiner10th May 1915
Among more than 300 survivors from the Lusitania arrived in Dublin last night on their way to England was a Dublin man named Toner, who was on the Titanic when it ...
New York Times26th June 1915
Managing Director Had Charge Of Their Launching, Testifies Karl H. Behr....
New York Evening Post28th June 1915
J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the line, was standing in his shirt sleeves giving orders. Mr. Ismay, he said, was in entire charge of the launching of the boats. ...
Shields Daily News10th January 1931
The death of Robert Trigg, a ship's fireman, in the Tynemouth Infirmary, recalls, the terrible disaster which befell the “world's largest ship" in 1912...
SINKING OF TITANIC STILL HORROR TO COUPLE HONEYMOONING ON SHIP
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle15th April 1931
Margaret Frawley
MRS. EDWARD BEANE, THEN BRIDE OF 17, SAW SHIP SIN...
Hampshire Telegraph9th June 1933
Titanic Survivor Albert Haines Killed in Motor Accident...
THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC BY COMMANDER LIGHTOLLER
BBC Radio1st November 1936
CH Lightoller's first-hand account of the sinking of the Titanic...
The Times18th October 1937
AN ABLE SHIPOWNER---Mr. Bruce Ismay, who died yesterday at his residence, 15, Hill Street, Mayfair, at the age of 74, was well known, particularly in Liverpool, as an able shipowner....
Sunday Press21st September 1952
Sunday Press: Titanic Goes Down- But now comes a story within two stories for the local people have the firm belief that a little earth from the grave of Saint Mogue will, if carried with you, prot...
Variety1st August 1956
At the time of the Andrea Doria-Stockholm collision at sea last week, Gen. David Sarnoff, RCA board chairman, was within 40 miles of duplicating his historic feat of being the first man t...
The Times2nd July 1958
The sinking of the Titanic has been dramatized on several occasions, and the subject has been examined from different aspects - as one of the greatest disasters in marine history, as an essay in hu...
Coshocton Tribune19th April 1962
Jack V. Fox
Across the span of 50 years, a handsome old lady turned her memory back to the sinking of the great ocean liner Titanic...
SHE ESCAPED FROM THE TITANIC
Issaquah Press14th March 1963
Charles C. Kerr
SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC Mrs. Anna Marie Salmi, Issaquah, holds her oldest and one of her most prized possessions, a night school English class certificate she received in Boston in 1913. She lost all her earlier accumulated belongings except a nightgown in the sinking of the liner Titanic when it hit an iceberg in April 1912....
Elizabeth Daily Journal4th November 1975
Thomas J. McCormack, 82, of the John F. Kennedy Arms, 70 Westfield Ave., Elizabeth, who survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, died today in Elizabeth General Hospital.Mr. McCorma...
Evening Echo7th August 1978
The nine-lives of Gus Cohen...
Fred Leigh
Article Frederick Barrett...
THE TITANIC MCCOYS
Titanica!28th January 2001
Robert L. Bracken
My story of the Titanic McCoys begins in the aftermath of James Cameron's blockbuster movie, Titanic, in February of 1998. The media was covered with Titanic mania. Anyone and everyone ...
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
Titanica!21st July 2002
Daniel Klistorner
Where was Molly Brown's stateroom situated?...
TITANIC'S FINAL MANOEUVRE
Titanica!8th February 2003
Captain Lewis Marmaduke Collins
She never was under a port helm? - She did not come on the port helm, Sir - on the starboard helm. ------Titanic’s QM Robert Hitchens to the British enquiry At both inquiries it was ...
WHY DID WHITE STAR SETTLE WITH WHITELEY?
Titanica!26th April 2004
Senan Molony
Steward's sensational claims were never tested in court....
A HOLY GRAIL - THE MISSING DEPOSITIONS
Titanica!6th May 2004
Senan Molony
THERE is an undiscovered Titanic out there… one that may hold greater meaning than relocated rust at the bottom of the North Atlantic.The lost Titanic arguably resides in 1...
BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
Titanica!12th July 2004
Olivier Mendez & Michel Leroy
Berthe Leroy, a short biography by Michel Leroy and Olivier Mendez....
PITMAN'S OWN PRIVATE ICEBERG
Titanica!19th July 2004
Senan Molony
...
TITANIC SISTERS: THE NEWELL GIRLS
Voyage20th August 2004
Shelley Dziedzic
The saga of the Newell family of Lexington, Massachusetts is one known to many, especially the memories of Marjorie Newell Robb who in later years gave many lectures and spoke...
THE MIDDLE WATCH
Titanica!16th September 2004
Senan Molony
...
Titanica!8th October 2004
Shelley Dzeidzic
Taking a Titanic tour of New England...
ON THE TRAIL OF 'LUCKY' TOWER
Titanica!16th November 2004
Senan Molony
Titanic legend's most elusive man....
Voyage19th December 2004
John P. Eaton
Kura Steamship Co., Ltd. (Stephens, Sutton & Stephens, Managers.)(Westbound, Bremerhaven to New York via St. John’s Newfoundland) On 18 Marc...
Voyage9th January 2005
John P. Eaton
Departed Stockton-on Tees, England 14 March, 1912 on her maiden voyage bound for Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in ballast. During her crossing she was badly damaged by ice and after ...
LORD MERSEY — OBITER DICTA
Titanica!13th March 2005
Senan Molony
HERBERT Henry Asquith, British Prime Minister, told the House of Commons at the beginning of May 1912 that the Court of Inquiry to be presided over by Lord Mersey would affo...
ROYAL EDWARD
Voyage10th May 2005
John P. Eaton
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.Westbound Avonmouth to Halifax. On 8 April encountered and reported an ice field in the vicinity of the subsequent Titanic disaster site : 42 degrees 50’N,...
OCEANIC (1)
Voyage11th July 2005
John P. Eaton
White Star LineNot only was Oceanic operated by the same company that operated Titanic, she was also directly associated with Titanic at the beginning of her maiden vo...
A CAPTAIN'S CAREER
Voyage23rd August 2005
John P. Eaton
When anyone asks me how I can best describe my experience in nearly 40 years at sea, I merely say- uneventful.  Of course there have been winter storms and gales and fog a...
TRAFFIC
Voyage22nd September 2005
John P. Eaton
On 10 April 1912 Titanic arrived at Cherbourg from Southampton at6:35 p.m. after a voyage of little more than five hours. After takingaboard mail and pasengers she departed at 8:10 p.m. Boarding we...
SEALED ORDERS
Titanica!23rd December 2005
Helen Churchill Candee
A Titanic survivor's classic tale of love and fate...
BIRMA'S WIRELESS BEARS WITNESS!
Titanica!28th December 2006
Senan Molony
We have struck an iceberg sinking fast!...
KEEPING TRACK OF A MAIDEN VOYAGE
Titanica!20th February 2007
Samuel Halpern
What was the route the Titanic took on her maiden voyage?...
WILLIAM J. MELLORS
Voyage26th March 2008
Robert L. Bracken
A survivor emerges from the mists of time....
TITANIC : THE SHIP MAGNIFICENT
Titanic Review3rd April 2008
Dave Gittins
Dave Gittins reviews Titanic: The Ship Magnificent, the ambitious two-volume edition that describes the achievement that was "Titanic" in detail as never before....
LOST VOICES OF THE TITANIC : THE DEFINITIVE ORAL HISTORY
Titanic Review21st October 2009
Dave Bryceson
Reviewed by Dave Bryceson...
THE TURN OF A CARD
Titanica!25th November 2009
Senan Molony
When Captain Smith gave the alarm, three gentlemen were in the Café Parisien playing bridge. One of them gathered up the cards and put them in his pocket, expecting to resume the game. Later the survivors autographed them and sent them to their friends in France......
Titanica!2nd June 2010
David G. Brown
Nothing is more confusing about Titanic than understanding the time at which events took place....
THOMAS ANDREWS - TITANIC DESIGNER
Titanic Stories1st August 2011
Titanic Stories
The undoubted hero of the story of the titanic is Thomas Andrews, chief naval architect, managing director of the design department at Harland and Wolff and the leader of the Guarantee Group. ...
STARBOARD AT MIDNIGHT, THE STORY OF SURVIVORS KARL BEHR AND HELEN NEWSOM
Titanic Review24th October 2011
Randy Bryan Bigham
Love at the helm: New Titanic title blends romance and history....
TITANIC LOVE STORIES
Titanic Review25th October 2011
Monica Hall
Gill Paul sets off to beguile us with romance but the facts keep getting in the way....
THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC
Titanic Review2nd November 2011
Stanley C. Jenkins
Sally Nilsson, Hichen's great-granddaughter, attempts to set the record straight and reveal the true character of the man her family knew....
SHADOW OF THE TITANIC: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORIES OF THOSE WHO SURVIVED
Titanic Review29th November 2011
Mark Chirnside
Mark Chirnside reviews Andrew Wilson's new book exploring the later lives of Titanic's survivors....
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
Titanic Review5th March 2012
Craig Stringer
This new book explores the life of one of the heroes of the Titanic, Harold Godfrey Lowe. As the Titanic was sinking his actions were instrumental in saving the lives of many, and...
THE NORWEGIAN SAILOR ALBERT MOSS SURVIVED THE TITANIC TRAGEDY AS WELL AS WW1 AND WW2.
Titanica!26th March 2012
Dag Bertelsen
The Norwegian sailor Albert Moss survived both the Titanic disaster and a number of other crucial experiences at sea. The story of his life is now documented in the book Titani...
Titanic Review17th April 2012
Monica Hall
Sorry this is late, if anyone is still interested.  I, myself, found it hard to sustain attention. Well, as tearful Z-list celebrities so often gasp, “It’s been a journ...
TORONTO'S TITANIC SURVIVORS
Titanica!28th July 2012
Jason D. Tiller
We all know that the R.M.S. Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England on April 10th, 1912 bound for New York via Cherbourg, France and Queenstown (now Cobh...
HILDA SLAYTER'S DIARY
Titanica!17th May 2013
Alan Hustak
Slayter was not superstitious, but she too became uneasy about the voyage, because as she writes in the diary...
TITANIC LEGACY OF A PARIS MAID
Titanica!3rd October 2014
Stuart Kelly
At about 1.10am on the morning of 15 April 1912, lifeboat number 6 was launched from the port side of the RMS Titanic. The passengers and crew escaping ...
THE INFAMOUS WATERTIGHT DOOR INDICATOR : MYSTERY SOLVED
Titanica!2nd September 2015
Brad Payne
Brad Payne discovers evidence that suggests Titanic was fitted with a visual watertight door indicator......
AN ANALYSIS OF TITANIC'S VERTICAL AND LATERAL WATERTIGHT DOORS
Titanica!30th June 2017
Brad Payne
A detailed description of the design and operation of Titanic's watertight doors....
Titanica!14th September 2017
Jim Currie
Unravelling Titanic Navigation Problems...
THE LAST BOAT BUT ONE
Titanica!2nd October 2018
Peter Engberg
How did Bruce Ismay and William Carter escape in Collapsible C and who else was aboard?...
EARLY FINNISH FICTIONAL TEXTS AND WORKS ABOUT THE TITANIC
Titanica!7th April 2020
Silja Vuorikuru
The first Finnish fictional texts and literary works about the Titanic were written in 1912; this article provides an overview of them. What literary texts did Finnish authors write about the Titanic? How do fictional works treat this world-famous maritime accident?...
WHAT HAPPENED TO LIZZY?
Titanica!7th June 2021
Randy Bryan Bigham
Exploring the mystery of Titanic victim Anne Eliza Isham...