The Titanic's Sinking

"We hope people around the world will pray to him if they are in need," he said, "and, if a miracle occurs, then beatification
Aside from reshaping long-held theories about the Titanic tragedy, the new findings -- described in a paper published online
The Titanic remains the most haunting maritime disaster in history. But its fate, and those of the 1,500 lost souls on board, should be a call to action for all of us. Maritime history should be preserved and protected, not plundered.
The vessel was advertised as being "unsinkable." Yet, it sank, after colliding with an iceberg, killing 1,503 passengers. It's an amazing story, almost too preposterous to be true. Given all these built-in (and absolutely factual) dramatic elements, why on earth would anyone think they needed to jazz it up?
3. The ship's watertight bulkheads could have been extended and fully sealed to reduce the risk of flooding. Titanic was
Of all the items that are commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Titanic, none may be more tasteless than a series of
Associated Press In the wake of the tragedy's centennial, more photos of the doomed voyage have surfaced. "These are not
A hundred years ago when the Titanic sank, people didn't have TV or radio to bring the news into their homes. If you wanted the day's top stories delivered with the immediacy of a human voice, you did what your ancestors had done for centuries: you sought out your local minstrel.
“When I saw this article, I said, ‘Let’s write to him,’” she told Star News's Pressley Baird. “I just could not believe that
According to the New Yorker, it took three years and five thousand men to build the Titanic in Belfast, Ireland. A cable