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New evidence suggests an iceberg didn't cause Titanic to sink

The sinking of the RMS Titanic may have been caused by an enormous fire on board, not by hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, experts have claimed, as new evidence has been published to support the theory. More than 1,500 passengers lost their lives when the Titanic sank on route to New York from Southampton in April 1912.

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1st Class Library on the Titanic

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11 Facts About Titanic Nobody Knows RMS Titanic

11 Facts About Titanic Nobody Knows RMS Titanic

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Was a FIRE the real reason the 'unsinkable' Titanic went down?

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It's Scary How Accurate These 23 Tweets Are About Dating And Relationships

Titanic / Before and after disaster.

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RMS Olympic. RMS Titanic's Sister Ship. This Is A Nice Front View Of The Ship.

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*The youngest passenger on board the ship, two month old Millvina Dean who, with her parents Bertram Sr. and Eva Dean and older brother Bertram, were emigrating from England to Kansas, died in 2009. She was the last survivor of the Titanic disaster to die.

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A Coal Fire May Have Helped Sink the 'Titanic'

A new documentary claims the Titanic’s hull was weakened before it struck an iceberg

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Titanic's 3rd class cabin. How are the accomaditions on 3rd class Mr. Dawson. They are fine Mame, hardley any rats.

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The Grand Staircase of the Titanic. Photo taken by Father Frank Brown prior to leaving the ship at her last port of call before leaving Cobh, County Cork, Ireland.

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