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A1- The Beginning of the White Star Line

A2- The White Star Line Grows

A3- 1898: Futility: A Warning?

A4- The Cunard Line

A5- JP Morgan and Bruce Ismay

A6- 1907: Cunard Amazes the World

A7- Summer 1907: White Star Conceives a New Line of Ships

A8- What Happened to "Gigantic"?

A9- 1908: Contract Signed for the Olympic Class Ships

A10- The Most Awesome Ships Afloat

A11- Late 1908: From the Drawing Board to the Real World: Olympic's First Keel Plate is Laid

A12- March 31, 1909: Construction Begins: Titanic's Keel Plate is Laid

A13- How Many Lifeboats Should There Be?

A14- October 20, 1910: Olympic is Launched!

A15- May 31, 1911: Titanic is Launched!

A16- The Unsinkable Ship

A17- The Wonder Ships Are The Pride of Belfast

A18- September 20, 1911: The Olympic-Hawke Accident: The New Ships Maybe Too Big

A19- March 31, 1912: Titanic- The Largest Ship in the World is Completed!

A20- April 2, 1912: Titanic's Sea Trials Are Conducted

A21- April 4, 1912: Titanic Arrives at Southampton, England

A22- The Coal Strike

A23- Life on Titanic: The Crew

A24- Differences Between Olympic and Titanic

A25- Captain E.J. Smith, "The Millionaires' Captain"

A26- Meet Titanic's Officers

A27- April 10, 1912: Sailing Day!

A28- The Grand Staircase

A29- April 10, 1912: The Train from Waterloo Station Arrives

A30- Titanic's Second Class Passengers

A31- April 10, 1912: Lifeboat Drill is Conducted

A32- April 10, 1912: Titanic Sets Sail!

A33- April 10, 1912: The New York Incident

A34- Passengers Explore Their Floating Palace

A35- April 10, 1912: Titanic Arrives at Cherbourg, France

A36- History's Most Glamorous Cross Channel Commute

A37- The Story of Nomadic: The Last Surviving Vessel of the White Star Line

A38- April 11, 1912: Titanic Arrives at Queenstown, Ireland

A39- The Francis Browne Collection

A40- April 11, 1912: Titanic Leaves Queenstown for America

A41- The Marconi Wireless System

A42- All Ahead Full!

A43- The Third Class General Room

A44- April 12, 1912: Ice Warning One

A45- April 13, 1912: Bruce Ismay Urges Captain Smith to Speed Up

A46- April 13, 1912: Ice Warning Two

A47- April 13, 1912: Titanic's Marconi Wireless System Breaks Down

A48- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Three

A49- April 14,1912: Titanic's Last Sunrise

A50- April 14, 1912: Sunday Services Aboard Titanic

A51- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Four

A52- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Five

A53- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Six

A54- The Unusual Ice Field

A55- April 14, 1912: Bruce Ismay Shows Ice Warning to Passengers

A56- April 14, 1912: Titanic Sails Into the Sunset

A57- April 14, 1912: Full Speed Ahead!

A58- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Seven

A59- TITANIC- "Too Good to Last."

A60- The Third Class Party

A61- April 14, 1912: Smith Retires for the Night

A62- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Eight

A63- April 14, 1912: Murdoch Assumes Watch

A64- April 14, 1912: Ice Warning Nine

A65- April 14, 1912: Titanic Hits an Iceberg

A66- April 14, 1912: Smith Arrives on the Bridge

A67- April 14, 1912: People React, Ismay Heads to the Bridge

A68- April 14-15, 1912: Andrews Says The Ship Will Sink!

A69- April 15, 1912: The Loud Roar, Captain Orders Lifeboats Uncovered

A70- April 15, 1912: Distress Calls Are Sent Out

A71- April 15, 1912: First to Respond- SS Frankfurt

A72- April 15, 1912: Carpathia Responds / Titanic's Situation Becomes Clear

A73- April 15 1912: News of Titanic Reaches New York

A74- April 15, 1912: Titanic Floods Rapidly as Third Class Passengers Prepare to Evacuate

A75- April 15, 1912: Andrews is Amazed at Passengers' Indifference

A76- April 15, 1912: Fourth Officer Boxhall Notices A Light in the Distance

A77- The Mystery Ship

A78- April 15, 1912: Lifeboats Are Ready to Launch. "Women and Children First."

A79- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 7 is the First to be Launched

A80- April 15,1912: The Last Crew Member to Know

A81- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 5 is the Second to be Launched

A82- April 15, 1912: Smith Orders Titanic's Band to the Boat Deck

A83- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 3 is the Third to be Launched

A84- April 15, 1912: First Signal Rocket Fired

A85- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 8 is the Fourth to be Launched

A86- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 1 is the Fifth to be Launched

A87- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 6 is the Sixth to be Launched

A88- April 15, 1912: Titanic's Officers Understand to Fill the Lifeboats to Capacity

A89- April 15, 1912: 3rd Class Passengers Panic

A90- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 16 is the Seventh to be Launched

A91- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 14 is the Eighth to be Launched

A92- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 12 is the Ninth to be Launched. Titanic's Situation Becomes Desperate.

A93- Titanic Has Less Than An Hour To Live

A94- April 15, 1912: Californian Notices Rockets

A95- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 9 is the Tenth to be Launched

A96- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 11 is the Eleventh to be Launched

A97- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 13 is the Twelfth to be Launched

A98- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 15 is the Thirteenth to be Launched

A99- April 15, 1912: Captain Smith Calls Back Lifeboat 6

A100- 100th Article!!! Thanks for Visiting!

A101- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 2 is the Fourteenth to be Launched

A102- April 15, 1912: Third Class Passengers Try To Reach the Lifeboats

A103- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 10 is the Fifteenth to be Launched

A104- April 15, 1912: Lifeboat 4 is the Sixteenth to be Launched

A105- April 15, 1912: Last Rocket is Fired

A106- April 15, 1912: Collapsible Lifeboat C is the Seventeenth to be launched / J. Bruce Ismay Leaves Titanic

A107- April 15, 1912: Collapsible Lifeboat D is the Eighteenth and the Last to be Successfully Launched from Titanic

A108- April 15, 1912: Captain Smith Excuses the Wireless Operators

A109- April 15, 1912: The Crew Struggles to Release Collapsibles A & B

A110- April 15, 1912: The Bridge Begins to Flood / Collapsibles A & B Are Washed Off

A111- What Happened to Captain Smith?

A112- "Nearer My God To Thee"

A113- April 15, 1912: Titanic's Forward Funnel Falls

A114- April 15, 1912: The Terrible Beauty of Titanic

A115- April 15, 1912: The Grand Staircase Is Flooded

A116- April 15, 1912: Bruce Ismay Turns His Back On Titanic

A117- April 15, 1912: The Thunderous Noise

A118- April 15, 1912: Titanic Breaks In Two

A119- April 15, 1912: Titanic's Stern Stands Nearly Vertical

A120- April 15, 1912: Titanic Sinks!

A121- The Cries of the 1500

A122- April 15, 1912: Some Passengers in the Lifeboats Want To Return. Many Are Outvoted.

A123- April 15, 1912: Titanic Strikes the Ocean Bottom

A124- April 15, 1912: 5th Officer Lowe Prepares To Go Back

A125- April 15, 1912: 5th Officer Lowe Goes Back / Final Cries Fade Away

A126- April 15, 1912: Titanic Survivors Wait To Be Rescued

A127- April 15,1912: Carpathia Arrives

A128- April 15, 1912: The First Lifeboat Reaches Carpathia / Boxhall Informs Rostron of What Has Happened

A129- April 15, 1912: Carpathia Receives All of Titanic's Survivors / Californian Is Too Late To Help

A130- April 15, 1912: Carpathia Proceeds to New York with Titanic's Survivors

A131- A Closer Look: The Iceberg That Sank the Titanic