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Maiden Voyage

The Accident that Would Have Averted the Titanic Disaster

A little-talked incident that nearly canceled Titanic’s maiden voyage…

Titanic departs Southampton on her maiden voyage, April 10, 1912 / National Maritime Museum / Wikimedia Commons

The story of the Titanic has gone down in history as one of the most emotive disasters of all time. Numerous films, books, and even theatrical plays were written about the tragedy keeping the story ever-popular to all generations.




Stories about early 20th century ocean liners.

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Panos Grigorakakis

Panos Grigorakakis

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