Wallace Hartley's dressing watch

   Hide Ads
Wallace Hartley's dressing watch

Comment and discuss

  1. Nigel Hampson said:

    Please note that the watch shown here is NOT Wallace Hartleys dress watch. It is a memorial watch put together in the 1980's. Nigel Hampson Curator Titanic In Lancashire Museum.

  2. Paul Davies said:

    Is there any evidence, from witnesses- or the wreck of Titanic, to prove that the steerage (3rd Class) Passengers were, for a little time, locked behind gates until most of the boats had gone? Certainly the facts speak of the percentages of those who survived being in the First Class, still more in Second Class who survived, percentage wise, than was the case for Third Class passengers

Leave your comment

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2009) Wallace Hartley's dressing watch ( ref: #10856, published 13 October 2009, generated 17th June 2021 02:17:30 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/wallace-hartleys-dressing-watch.html