Over 100 years after the RMS Titanic met its demise on April 15, 1912, the story of the tragic wreck through Titanic survivor accounts continues to haunt and mesmerize people worldwide. Out of over 2,200 passengers, approximately only 700 people survived to share their stories. Many Titanic survivor stories have been lost to the passage of time. Some survivors were hesitant to share the harrowing details of this experience, never speaking publicly about the sinking of the Titanic. Others went on to share their Titanic sinking stories and rescue stories through interviews, memoirs, and speaking engagements.
These firsthand accounts talk about the chaos, the anxiety, the horror, the items that were lost, and the strange beauty of one of the most luxurious ocean liners that had ever been seen slowly sinking into the water. In the wreck and its aftermath, families were torn apart, great loves were lost, and a tremendous amount of life was sacrificed. These accounts bring us back to that terrible and fateful night, all those years ago.
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A Third Class Passenger Recalls The Locked Passageways
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A Governess Describes The Chaos Of The Lifeboats
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A Secretary Reflects On The Moment She Saw The Ship That Would Save Them
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One Woman Remembers The Terrified Look On The Men's Faces – And Their Heroism
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A Survivor Remembers The Men Who Were Desperate To Get On The Lifeboats