RMS Olympic, Titanic’s Sister Ship, Rammed And Sank a U-boat in The War

Nearly identical to the Titanic, she survived numerous collisions and took part in WW1

RMS Olympic — Unknown Author

The RMS Olympic was the first of the White Star Line’s trio of Olympic-class vessels. She was followed by the Titanic and the Britannic. The fate of the Titanic is well-known and probably the most…




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