Revealed: Things You Never Knew About The Real Titanic


Revealed: Things You Never Knew About The Real Titanic



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The RMS Titanic was a British ship that was sailing from Southampton, England to New York, United States, when it tragically sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912. There were believed to have been about 2,224 passengers that were aboard the ship when it hit an iceberg. It is also believed that about 1,500 people died. As a result, it has proven to be one of the most disastrous events in maritime history.

What made the event even more tragic was the beauty and potential of this stunning ship. At the time, the RMS Titanic was the largest ship to take to the waters. After being built by Harland and Wolff of Belfast, many were excited to board this stunning piece of architecture. In a sad twist of irony, the architect of the ship, Thomas Andrews, died in the crash. There is no denying that the Titanic has been immortalized by the movie of the same name that was directed by James Cameron in 1997. Moviegoers will remember the stunning performances from both Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. But sometimes it’s easy to let the romance of the movie overshadow the mass damage that was caused by this disaster of unprecedented proportions.

But not only that. There are so many fascinating details about the RMS Titanic leading up to its fateful moment. The liner was carrying some of the richest people on the planet at the time. One of the saddest details about the disaster was that the ship simply didn’t have enough lifeboats. The liner had advanced safety technology such as watertight doors. However, this just wasn’t enough. Join us as we explore some of the deepest and darkest corners of one of the most tragic human tragedies of all time – The sinking of the RMS Titanic.