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Clive Palmer - Australia’s 5th richest man - has announced plans to build the “Titanic II”, an exact replica of the original ship which famously sank in 1912. This time however, we’re promised it truly will be unsinkable because, despite looking the same as the original on the outside, it’ll …

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April 17th, 1912 ~ Washington, D.C., USA ~ News of the Titanic and possible survivors.
"After midnight April 17, 1912, and still selling extras, 12th near G. There were many of these groups of young newsboys selling very late these nights.
Youngest boy in the group is Israel Spril (9 years old), 314 I St NW; Harry Shapiro (11 years old), 95 L St NW; Eugene Butler, 310 (rear) 13th St NW. The rest were a little older.”
Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine via

April 17th, 1912 ~ Washington, D.C., USA ~ News of the Titanic and possible survivors.

"After midnight April 17, 1912, and still selling extras, 12th near G. There were many of these groups of young newsboys selling very late these nights.

Youngest boy in the group is Israel Spril (9 years old), 314 I St NW; Harry Shapiro (11 years old), 95 L St NW; Eugene Butler, 310 (rear) 13th St NW. The rest were a little older.”

Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine via

New York, New, York, USA, April 22, 1912 ~ Titanic survivors,” Brothers Michel (“Lolo”) and Edmond Navratil, ages 4 and 2, whose father perished when the RMS Titanic sank 100 years ago today.
They were known as the “Titanic Orphans” until their mother was located in France. Bain News Service photo via

New York, New, York, USA, April 22, 1912 ~ Titanic survivors,” Brothers Michel (“Lolo”) and Edmond Navratil, ages 4 and 2, whose father perished when the RMS Titanic sank 100 years ago today.

They were known as the “Titanic Orphans” until their mother was located in France. Bain News Service photo via

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1997 TITANIC, directed by James Cameron ~ isleepthis’s request

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matthewhaas: Titanic’s massive propellers 

matthewhaas: Titanic’s massive propellers 

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