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False Facts About The Titanic You Always Thought Were True

The sinking of the Titanic was a disaster on a monumental scale, ending with the deaths of 1,500 passengers in the frigid Atlantic Ocean. It's been elevated to one of those moments in history that feel more myth and legend than real, a horrible, terrible disaster that most of us can't fathom being a part of. That epic status has led to countless misconceptions being repeated again and again as absolute fact, and we're here to do some educating.

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False Facts About The Titanic You Always Thought Were True

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    False Facts About The Titanic You Always Thought Were True - Grunge

    False Facts About The Titanic You Always Thought Were True - Grunge

    The sinking of the Titanic was a disaster on a monumental scale, ending with the deaths of 1,500 passengers in the frigid Atlantic Ocean. It's been elevated to one of those moments in history that feel more myth and legend than real, a horrible, terrible disaster that most of us can't fathom being a part of. That epic status has led to countless misconceptions being repeated again and again as absolute fact, and we're here to do some educating.

    The Truth About What Happened To The Titanic Survivors - Grunge

    The Truth About What Happened To The Titanic Survivors - Grunge

    Today, pretty much everyone knows that the Titanic had more victims than survivors, that it broke in half on the way down, and that there was totally enough room on that door for both Jack and Rose. But most of us don't know what became of those lucky few survivors. Did they disembark in New York with a renewed sense of purpose, a lust for life, and a determination to do something with the time they had left? Or did they spend the rest of their days suffering from survivor's guilt, haunted by memories of the dead and dying? Did they capitalize on the experience, or did they just try to forget the whole thing?

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