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Titanic

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Genesis of the building of Titanic
1907
Titanic's keel laid down
31 March 1909
Titanic's launching
31 May 1911
Titanic's completion
31 March 1912
Sea trials
2 April 1912
Titanic leaves Belfast
2 April 1912
Titanic arrives in Southampton
4 April 1912
Titanic leaves Southampton
10 April 1912
Titanic arrives in Cherbourg and leaves
10 April 1912
Titanic arrives in Queenstown and leaves
11 April 1912
Titanic hits an iceberg
14 April 1912
Titanic sinks
15 April 1912
Carpathia rescues survivors
15 April 1912
Carpathia arrives in New York
18 April 1912
United States Senate inquiry begins
19 April 1912
United States Senate inquiry ends
25 May 1912
British Wreck Commissioner's inquiry begins
2 May 1912
British Wreck Commissioner's inquiry ends
3 July 1912
Founder of Titanic's Shipbuilders
Edward James Harland
Founder of Titanic's Shipbuilders
Gustav Wilhelm Wolff
Owner of the White Star Line
John Pierpont Morgan
Director of the White Star Line
Joseph Bruce Ismay
Chairman of Titanic's Shipbuilders
William James Pirrie
Titanic's Shipbuilder
Thomas Andrews
Captain
Edward John Smith
Chief Officer
Henry Tingle Wilde
First Officer
William McMaster Murdoch
Second Officer
Charles Herbert Lightoller
Third Officer
Herbert John Pitman
Fourfh Officer
Joseph Groves Boxhall
Fifth Officer
Harold Godfrey Lowe
Sixth Officer
James Paul Moody
Quartermaster
Arthur John Bright
Quartermaster
Robert Hichens
Quartermaster
Sydney James Humphreys
Quartermaster
Alfred Olliver
Quartermaster
Walter John Perkis
Quartermaster
George Thomas Rowe
Quartermastet
Walter Wynn
Lookout
Alfred Frank Evans
Lookout
Frederick Fleet
Lookout
George Alfred Hogg
Lookout
Archie Jewell
Lookout
Reginald Robinson Lee
Lookout
George Thomas Macdonald Symons
Chief Electrician
Peter Sloan
Chief Engineer
Joseph Bell
Master-at-Arms
Joseph Henry Bailey
Purser
Hugh Walter McElroy
Leading Fireman
Frederick William Barrett
Wireless Officer
Jack Phillips
Junior Wireless Officer
Harold Bride
Chef
Charles Proctor
Chief Baker
Charles John Joughin
Chief Butcher
Alfred Maytum
Restaurant "À la Carte" Manager
Gaspare Antonio Pietro "Luigi" Gatti
Restaurant "À la Carte" Chef
Pierre Rousseau
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Restaurant "À la Carte" Kitchen Clerk
Paul Achille Maurice Germain Maugé
Gymnasium Steward
Thomas McCawley
Squash Court Steward
Frederick Wright
Surgeon
William Francis Norman O'Loughlin
Bandmaster
Wallace Hartley
Richest person on the ship
John Jacob Astor IV
The latter's wife
Madeleine Astor
Scottish countess
Lucy Noëlle Martha, Countess of Rothes
Controversial First Class passenger
Sir Cosmo Edmund Duff-Gordon
The latter's wife
Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff-Gordon
American colonel and writter
Archibald Gracie IV
American businessman
Benjamin Guggenheim
The latter's mistress
Léontine Aubert
Co-owner of Macy's department store
Isidor Strauss
The latter's wife
Ida Strauss
An "unsinkable" new money
Margaret "Molly" Brown
Silent film actress
Dorothy Gibson
United States Army officer
Archibald Willingham Butt
Overloaded First Class passenger
Charlotte Drake Cardeza
Canadian businessman
Arthur Godfrey Peuchen
English newspaper editor
William Thomas Stead
Pennsylvania Railroad vice president
John Borland Thayer
The only First Class child who died
Loraine Allison
The latter's nurse
Alice Cleaver
Reverend Father
Thomas Roussel Davids Byles
Pastor
John Harper
English science teacher and journalist
Lawrence Beesley
French tailor abducting his two sons
Michel Navratil
Last remaining survivor before she died
Millvina Dean
An eight members family who all died
The Goodwins family
Child who then wrote "Echoes in the night"
Frank John Williams Goldsmiths
Stewardess that also survived Olympic's collision and Britannic's sinkings
Violet Constance Jessop
Tonnage (tons)
46328
Displacement (tons)
52310
Lenght (meters)
269.10
Beam (meters)
28
Height (meters)
53.30
Decks
9
Cruising speed (knots)
21
Number of propellers
3
Number of funnels
4
Number of boilers
29
Number of lifeboats
20
Number of helms
3
Colour of light in the wing of port side
Red
Colour of light in the wing of starboard
Green
Where look-outs keep a closed eye on sea
Crow's nest
Where all compasses were judge to ensure their accuracy
Compass platform
Capacity (passengers and crew)
3327
Number of people aboard
2201
Capacity of lifeboats
1178
Number of survivors
711
Number of victims
1490
First Class (sport)
Gymnasium
First Class (sport)
Squash court
First Class (sport)
Swimming pool
First Class (communication)
Radio station
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First Class (pets)
Kennel
First Class (body care)
Turkish baths
First and Second Classes (body care)
Barber
First and Second Classes (comfort)
Lifts
All Classes (relaxation)
Smocking room
All Classes (relaxation)
Reading and writing room
Figures on the clock of the First Class staircase
Honour and Glory Crowning Time
Ornamental sculptures lighting the landings of A, B and C decks
Cherub
Ornamental sculpture lighting the landing D deck
Candelabra
Material used for the tables and chairs of the Verandah Cafe
Rattan
Statuette topping the hearth of the lounge
Artemis of Versailles
Device of the gymnasium equiped with oars
Rowing machine
Number of nutcrackers onboard
300
Number of teapots onboard
1200
Number of napkins onboard
45000
Number of cases of grapefruit onboard
50
Number of cigars onboard
8000
Sort of flowers that should have been delivered to Maltus & Ware
Orchid
The onboard car owned by William Carter
1912 Renault Type CB Coupé de Ville
Name of the newsflash printed onboard
Atlantic Daily Bulletin
Mouser (or Jenny), left before the departure
Cat
Kitty, Frou-Frou, Lady, Gamin de Pycombe, ...
Dogs
Was landed at Cherbourg
Canary
Four animals bought at Paris by Miss Young
Hens
Approximately 6000
Rats
Chartered ship to retrieve bodies
Mackay-Bennett
Chartered ship to retrieve bodies
Minia
Chartered ship to retrieve bodies
Montmagny
Chartered ship to retrieve bodies
Algerine
First ship to arrive
Carpathia
The latter's captain
Arthur Henry Rostron
Controversial ship
Californian
The latter's captain
Stanley Lord
In Canada (cemetery)
Halifax
In United States (victims)
New York
In United States (victims)
Washington
In United States (victims)
Libertytown
In United States (musicians)
Boston
In United States (Isidor and Ida Straus)
Morningside Heights
In United Kingdom (postmen, engineers,musicians, stewards)
Southampton
In United Kingdom (captain Smith)
Lichfield
In United Kingdom (Wallace Hartley)
Colne
In United Kingdom (crew from Ulster)
Belfast
In United Kingdom (Thomas Andrews)
Comber
In United Kingdom (engineers)
Glasgow
In United Kingdom (engineers)
Liverpool
In United Kingdom (Jack Phillips)
Godalming
In United Kingdom (victims)
London
In Ireland (Margaret Rice and sons)
Cobh
In Ireland (Frank Dewan)
Waterford
In Australia (musicians)
Broken Hill
In Australia (musicians)
Ballarat
In France (victims)
Cherbourg
In France (Lefebvre family)
Lievin
Third survivor to last (1906-2006)
Lillian Asplund
Second survivor to last (1991-2007)
Barbara West
Last survivor (1912-2009)
Millvina Dean
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