Crew members of Titanic who were detained as possible witnesses - there was a delay in sending the wire to tell them they could leave of their own volition. Here they are looking through closed dock-gates at Plymouth on 4 May 1912. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images)
Crew members of Titanic who were detained as possible witnesses - there was a delay in sending the wire to tell them they could leave of their own volition. Here they are looking through closed dock-gates at Plymouth on 4 May 1912. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images) by hattie on Indulgy.com
Tea on the Titanic
Several years ago while browsing used cookbooks online I came across the most fascinating find titled Last Dinner on the Titanic. I had tentatively reserved it in my "wish list" for a while as I was worried there was something a bit macabre about recreating soups and desserts that were served on the evening of such a tragic event. But soon the romance and splendor of the era of transatlantic travel won me over, I clicked "buy" and days later was poring over the captivating old photographs…
The untold story of Edith Evans
The story of the doomed cruise liner RMS ‘Titanic’ has always compelled me to research the untold mystery behind its sinking which claimed the lives of thousands boarding on the liner. The disastro…
As Titanic sank, he pleaded, 'believe in the Lord Jesus!'
Many movies, documentaries and books have familiarized us with some of the passengers of the Titanic, but one sticks out for writer Douglas Mize -- pastor John Harper, who ran person to person, passionately telling others about Christ as the boat sank. He even gave his life vest to an unbeliever.
This is the newsreel that ran after the Titanic sank in 1912
To commemorate the one-hundredth anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, British Pathe has released the original newsreel that ran following the maritime disaster (the music is a new addition). Witness survivors arriving in New York City and long-distance radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi receiving accolades for…