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The Heroine of Lifeboat 12

Nineteen-year-old Lillian Bentham of New York had spent a year touring Europe with her godfather, other relatives, and friends. For the return trip to the US, the group boarded… 455 more words


The Unsinkable Sister Ship

Exactly 105 years ago yesterday, on October 20, 1910, the RMS Olympic was launched in Belfast. She was the first of what would become White Star Line’s trio of ocean liners known for their size and elegance. 496 more words


The Nearest Hero

Psalms 34:18
The Lord is near to the brokenhearted, and saves the crushed in spirit.

The Titanic will forever be remembered for it’s tragic maiden journey. 305 more words


Titanic's Tennis Pros

Richard “Dick” Norris Williams II was born in Geneva, Switzerland to American parents. He began playing tennis at age 12 and won the Swiss Championship in 1911 at the age of 20. 509 more words



Carpathia is a green-coloured liquid which when ingested imbues the imbiber with a sense of increased confidence, superiority and lust. A small mouthful will create these effects for about an hour, subject to the size and constitution of the drinker. 129 more words

The Boat That Went Back (Part II)

From last week –

In Lifeboat 14, Fifth Officer Harold Lowe, 29, blew his whistle and ordered that several boats near him, including Boat 4, tie together and redistribute the passengers more evenly. 487 more words