Timeline Article: Memorial Services Are Held for Titanic

Crowds of people outside of
St. Paul's cathedral in London.
On Friday, April 19th, 1912, England observes a national day of mourning for Titanic. Roughly 10,000 people attend a memorial service at St. Paul's cathedral in London.
Those that cannot find room inside pay their respects in the street. The dead are mourned, and prayers of thanks are offered for those who were rescued. 

Churches in other cities are crowded with those paying their respects to the tragedy. 

In Queenstown, flags fly at half staff to honor all the people of Ireland who will never fulfill their dreams of the new world.

Flags are flown at half staff outside of White Star's
office in Queenstown, Ireland.