Exactly 110 years ago, on April 15, 1912, the legendary Titanic sank deep into the cold ocean floor. The shipwreck killed more than 1,500 people and shocked the world. Until later, that tragic accident is still mentioned by everyone and never forgotten.
More than a century has passed, the last images taken of the legendary Titanic still give many people chills and regrets when looking back.
Titanic was the largest ocean-crossing ship on the planet when it entered service in 1910. It was called the “invincible fisherman” in the ocean, could not be sunk.
Titanic’s final departure from Belfast, Northern Ireland on April 2, 1912
This photo taken on April 4, 1912 shows sea ice sheets that have appeared several days before the disaster
Image of passengers queuing to board a train on April 10, 1912. All of them couldn’t believe that this luxury ship would never reach its destination
Captain Edward J. Smith (right) and ship manager Hugh Walter McElroy take souvenir photos on the deck of the Titanic
The image of a giant iceberg taken by Captain WF Wood on the SS Etonian near the Titanic taken on April 12, 1912 is most likely the only photograph of the famous “death” iceberg that sank the Titanic.
Lifeboats carried the lucky ones out of the sinking ship. About 700 people have survived this maritime disaster
The survivors sat on the deck of the Carpathia, the ship that helped save many people from the Titanic. They were given warm blankets and clothes by the passengers of the Carpathia after being rescued on April 15, 1912
Another lucky group of people were rescued in Millbay, Plymouth. Everyone was stunned by the life-and-death experience just now
A newspaper boy holding a newspaper with a front page coverage of the accident stood in front of the headquarters of the company that operated the Titanic, the White Star Line, shortly after the ship crashed.
The line of people standing outside the White Star Line headquarters to listen to the news. The tragedy of Titanic shook England at that time
Relatives of passengers wait for survivors to dock in New York (USA), although they cannot be sure if there are relatives in the rescue group.
Lifeboats are released from the Carpathia as they dock in New York on April 18, 1912
A woman lucky to be alive smiles brightly when she reunites with her loved ones
It was not until 1985 that the first part of the body believed to be Titanic was found at the bottom of the deep sea
Source: All That’s Interesting
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