Category: The Heroes of the Titanic

The Sea Empress Theater: Titanic Movies — There were five

  This introduction to the story of the Titanic is a contemporary production by the Discovery Channel. The first of the Titanic movies appeared in 1912, ‘Saved from the Titanic” and starred Dorothy Gibson, who was on the Titanic with

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Ship Talks: Titanic Heroes by Ken Rossignol

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Ship Talks: Grandeur of The Seas – Bermuda Triangle, Titanic Heroes, Piracy

Introduction of Ken Rossignol by the Cruise Director and Entertainment Manager of the Ship Andre and Mitch of the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of The Seas introduce Ken Rossignol  

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WINNERS CIRCLE – Happy Kindle Paperwhite & Fire winners –

WINNERS CIRCLE The winner of the Panama 1914 Review Fire was Fredrick B. of Protection, Kansas. Fredrick is a two-time winner, proving that it pays to stay glued to my reader group for notices of new books, special features such

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Paperwhite Giveaway notes 104th anniversary of Titanic just 8 weeks after Anthem nearly rolled over with 6,000 souls on board

It’s time to thank the Good Lord. We all have a lot to give thanks for and especially those souls who were on the recent foolish voyage of the Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas which came very close to

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Titanic Survivors: moving picture clips of RMS Titanic prior to leaving Southampton; survivors and arrival in New York

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Titanic Survivors: Two traveling together on business on Titanic; Charles Hays was lost and Paul R. Chevre survived and so did bust of Canadian Prime Minister

Two traveling together on business on Titanic; Charles Hays was lost, and Paul R. Chevre survived Two passengers of the Titanic were returning from France to New York.  Charles Hays, the general manager of the Grand Trunk Railroad in Canada

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Titanic Survivors: William Thompson Sloper boarded lifeboat number seven

‘A likely story’ William Thompson Sloper boarded lifeboat number 7 By Ken Rossignol The story of the survival of William Thompson Sloper who lived when the Titanic sank began when Dorothy Gibson insisted that the 28-year-old stockbroker from New Brittain,

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Titanic Notes – 1936 Radio Interview – Account by Second Officer Charles Lightoller of the Titanic’s last hours

One fascinating account of the sinking of the Titanic lives on as the very words of Second Officer Charles Lightoller were recorded in this 1936 radio interview. The audio was in sad condition due to the passing years and old

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Titanic Poetry, Music & Stories

NOW IN KINDLE, PAPERBACK & AUDIBLE Many great accounts of the fateful night of April 14th and 15th of 1912 have been told about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Over the past one hundred and one years, the stories

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