TITANIC HISTORY – The history of the RMS Titanic – Cunard History
TITANIC HISTORY – THE ONLY EXISTING FILM FOOTAGE OF THE TRAGIC LINER
PART 1 – EXCELLENT TITANIC DOCUMENTARY
PART 2 – EXCELLENT TITANIC DOCUMENTARY
The history of the RMS Titanic has enthralled the world quite unlike any other shipwreck known to man. A number of books, articles and movies have been made detailed the tragedy of the RMS Titanic. Both the 1950′s version of the Titanic’s sinking, “A Night to Remember’ and the more recent film have been very popular. James Cameron’s 1997 box office hit”Titanic” was so popular with viewers that it succeeded in breaking a number of box office sales records.
The public seems incapable of forgetting the tragic history of the Titanic. Numerous myths and legends have developed over the years since the ship sank on April 15, 1912. Some of the myths are true, and others have simply been derived from the imagination of the numerous people who have become somewhat obsessed with the history of Titanic. In part, some of the tales regarding Titanic history can be contributed to the tales spun by the 705 survivors. It has been speculated that more than one of the survivors ‘embellished’ their personal story. The ‘unsinkable’ Molly Brown is just one of the surviving passengers who are suspected of having added more than a little flair to their tale.