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  • Quickly moved through the ranks—he became managing editor in 1912—Reid oversaw the Tribunes thorough coverage of the sinking of the Titanic, ushering a revival of the newspaper's fortunes.New York Herald Tribune-Wikipedia
  • In October 2010, the Dewsbury Revival Centre opened, in the refurbished former St Mark's Church on Halifax Road, the church attended by the Titanic bandmaster Wallace Hartley.Dewsbury-Wikipedia
  • Influenced by the sinking of the Titanic in April 1912, Ledbetter wrote the song "The Titanic", his first composition on the twelve-string guitar, which later became his signature instrument.Lead Belly-Wikipedia
  • Among the notable disasters of the Progressive Era that featured American Red Cross involvement was the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912.American Red Cross-Wikipedia
  • The General Mills Electronics division developed the DSV Alvin submersible, which is notable for being used in investigating the wreck of Titanic among other deep-sea exploration missions.General Mills-Wikipedia
  • 1857); Hannah (1860–1911), later Mrs. William Henry Theobald; and the youngest, Martin Rothschild, born in Manhattan on December 12, 1865, who perished in the sinking of the Titanic.Dorothy Parker-Wikipedia
  • Several survivors of the Titanic stayed for some time in this hotel as it is a short distance from Pier 54, the White Star Line dock where the Titanic was supposed to dock.Hotel Chelsea-Wikipedia
  • To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, the Henry Ford Museum exhibited a vast array of artifacts and media documenting the Titanics voyage and demise.The Henry Ford-Wikipedia
  • The Titanic was supposed to have docked here briefly on its return voyage to Britain, and the ship had a painting of Plymouth Sound on board.Plymouth Sound-Wikipedia
  • In the 2005 series premiere, "Rose", it is revealed that the Ninth Doctor was instrumental in preventing a family from boarding the Titanic prior to her fateful voyage.The Doctor (Doctor Who)-Wikipedia
  • However, producer David O. Selznick offered him a concrete proposal to make a film based on the sinking of RMS Titanic, which was eventually shelved, but Selznick persuaded Hitchcock to come to Hollywood.Alfred Hitchcock-Wikipedia
  • At peak times, up to 200 people were employed by the Clifden wireless station, among them Jack Phillips, who later perished as Chief Radio Operator on the Titanic.Clifden-Wikipedia
  • Furthermore, polling in the preceding week indicated that the party could be left with the low number of 40 seats in Federal Parliament, while one Labor backbencher compared the Labor Party to the Titanic.Gillard Government-Wikipedia
  • It was being transported via the RMS Titanic and sank with the ship.Cleveland, Tennessee-Wikipedia
  • In April 2011 Roache was cast as the lead in the ITV miniseries Titanic, airing in March and April 2012 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the ship.Linus Roache-Wikipedia
  • William Thomas Stead was a notable editor of The Northern Echo who died in 1912 on the Titanic.Darlington-Wikipedia
  • Less than two weeks after the Titanic passenger ship disaster, Berger introduced a bill in Congress providing for the nationalization of the radio-wireless systems.Victor L. Berger-Wikipedia
  • Both Lusitania and Mauretania were launched and had been in service for several years before, Titanic and were ready for the North Atlantic run.RMS Mauretania (1906)-Wikipedia
  • Featuring an all-star cast, the four-hour epic tells the parallel stories of several characters who all ultimately find themselves passengers on the doomed Taiping steamer, which sank in 1949 en route from mainland China to Taiwan and has been described as "China's Titanic".John Woo-Wikipedia
  • In late April 1912 Garden along with Caruso and the Metropolitan Opera Company gave special concerts in which they raised $12,000(over quarter of a million in 2017) dollars for aid to survivors of the Titanic tragedy.Mary Garden-Wikipedia
  • The third- and fourth-season finales took the surrealism to the extreme, setting the characters in outer space and aboard the Titanic.NewsRadio-Wikipedia
  • Also joining the two acting theaters is the old Mariner Theatre, which serves as a special event center, movie theater, gallery for fine art Models, and site of the builders model for the ocean-going Titanic.Marine City, Michigan-Wikipedia
  • Since 2009, the resort has hosted Bodies: The Exhibition, an educational display on the human body, and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition; the exhibits replaced the hotel's three-story arcade.Luxor Las Vegas-Wikipedia
  • Wireless operator Ernest James Moore received the distress call from Titanic, when she was approximately 500 nmi west by south of Titanics location.RMS Olympic-Wikipedia
  • The sea landing used the vast tank built for Titanic in Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico.Tomorrow Never Dies-Wikipedia
  • The wine was served at the Russian and British courts, and was on the wine list of Titanic.Fruška Gora-Wikipedia
  • Theorists have alleged that Freemasons control large parts of the economies or judiciaries of a number of countries, and have alleged Masonic involvement in events surrounding the sinking of the Titanic and the crimes of Jack the Ripper.List of conspiracy theories-Wikipedia
  • Titanic_character)">Jack Dawson in Titanic referenced the pier, which would have been just three years old in 1912, when Titanic sank.Santa Monica Pier-Wikipedia
  • SNL head writer Michael O'Donoghue staged the performance on a set of the deck of the Titanic and continued the sketch while the band were performing, according to bandleader Paul Shaffer, "They kept on singing like the pros that they are."SOS (ABBA song)-Wikipedia
  • For the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking on 14 April 2012, Morgan performed readings from survivor accounts and testimonials during Titanic: A Commemoration in Music and Film, broadcast live on BBC2 from Belfast's Waterfront Hall.Colin Morgan-Wikipedia

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