Clinch Valley News, Tazewell, VA, April 26, 1912    Titanic [sic] Death List Appalling

Clinch Valley News, Tazewell, VA, April 1912 Titanic [sic] Death List Appalling. The article says that there was a ship that saw the Titanic sink.

Life jackets were one of the leading causes of death on the Titanic. If a person jumped overboard from 10 feet up or higher, their necks would be broken upon impact with the water. (They may have been the lucky ones). This life jacket was cut from a body after being in the ocean for many days. Recovery workers did not want to touch the bodies, so the life jackets were removed by cutting the straps. The bodies were then weighted and the unidentifiable were returned to the sea.

Life jackets were one of the leading causes of death on the Titanic. If a person jumped overboard from 10 feet up or higher, their necks would be broken upon impact with the water.

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Titanic time line of when everything took place. Just a little bit off and my grandfather would have been a baby on the sinking Titanic. luckily for me he was on another ship Built by Harland & Wolff

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Items recovered from the Titanic. The Titanic set sail on 10 April 1912 and then sank in the early hours of 15 April, after hitting an iceberg. The ship sank.

From despair to elation: A suburban Titanic story - DailyHerald.com

From despair to elation: A suburban Titanic story

The Johnsons are pictured in the Elgin Daily Courier on April and…

Titanic keys  that could have saved the ship. The keys were in the possession of second officer David Blair, who forgot to pass them on to the person who ended up replacing him on the Titanic’s voyage. As we all know, thanks to James Cameron, no one was able to get to the binoculars, and as a result the ship met an untimely fate at the sharp edges of an iceberg.

Titanic keys that could have saved the ship. The keys were in the possession of second officer David Blair, who forgot to pass them on to the person who ended up replacing him on the Titanic’s voyage. So many "what if's" and "if only's" with Titanic.

Gallant: Wallace Hartley and his band played on as Titanic sank

Titanic bandmaster, Wallace Hartley, who continued to play music with his band to comfort the frightened passengers as the Titanic sunk until he was finally swept out to sea where he perished.

Titanic surviver – Anna Turja Lundi’s Experience. So so soooo worth the read of this amazing person!

Titanic Survivor Story – Anna Turja Lundi’s Experience Built by Harland & Wolff

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