In 1912, the Titanic was one of the largest, most luxurious steamships ever built. Follow its incredible story, from a shipyard in Ireland to the icy Atlantic Ocean, and discover how this 'unsinkable' ship met with such a tragic end.
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The unsinkable ship
Chapter a Going down
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705 survivors Alice Cleaver Allisons April 10th Argo Atlantic Ocean Belfast Bettmann Big Piece boiler Bruce Ismay cabin Captain Rostron Captain Smith Carpathia arrived Carpathia crew Cherbourg chunks of ice clamber climbed compartments were flooded crew members Cunard deck diagram shows first-aid rooms first-class floating Frederick Fleet gathered to witness Harland and Wolff Harold Cottam hour huge propellers Hulton-Deutsch Collection iceberg Jason journey Leonard de Selva Leopold lifeb lifejackets liner Mathilde Weisz Meanwhile missed their chance Olympic ordered the crew panic power the engines propellers began Queenstown Radio operator Ralph White report the disaster Robert Ballard sail scientists sea bed sea trials second-class tickets ship ship's shipyard Skoog Smith knew sonar Southampton docks steam steamship submersible third class TITANIC DISASTER Titanic film Titanic had gone Titanic had sunk Titanic left TITANIC SINKS Titanic's lifeboats towed Trevor underwater unsinkable watched White Star Line Winifred Quick Wolff Ltd women and children wreck