The RMS Titanic was the flagship of the once mighty White Star shipping line. It was the biggest liner ever built, and was to service the North Atlantic route, between Britain and America. In 1912, on its maiden voyage, the ship sank after hitting an iceberg. It was the biggest disaster of its time.
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Passenger and crew biographies, survivor and victim list, articles, deck plans, multimedia, and discussions.
Jim's Titanic Website
Books, ship information, FAQ, links, webrings, and discussion groups.
RMS Titanic Inc
Owns the salvor-in-possession rights to the wreck of the Titanic and runs expeditions and exhibitions. Includes details of the history, science, exhibitions schedule, photos, archives, libraries, and detailed descriptions of the decks.
Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters
Complete, illustrated text of Logan Marshall's work, published 1912.
The Smoking Gun: Titanic
Collection of archived news articles and press releases about the ship.
Titanic Fabric and Relic Collection
Displays of authentic items with photos.
History, pictures, facts and myths relating to the Titanic.
Titanic International Society
A non-profit organization based in New Jersey that aims to preserve and perpetuate the memory and history of the Royal Mail Ship Titanic, and those who sailed aboard her maiden and last voyage. Includes history and message board.
Titanic Nautical Resource Center
Features Titanic and Nautical related articles, pictures, groups, sells titanic gifts.
Titanic Times - Belfast at the Time of the Titanic
Details the reaction by the press to the building of the liner, the disaster, and Belfast at the time of the disaster.
Contains information and statistics about the White Star Liner Titanic.
Biggest Liner Plunges to the Bottom at 2:20 A. M.; Rescuers There Too Late
Article from the New York Times. [PDF] (April 16, 1912)
Latest News on the Sinking Ship
The first New York Times article on the sinking. [PDF] (April 15, 1912)
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