Journalist Senan Molony says a fire in one of the coal bunkers compromised the vessel.
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Vancouver newspapers didn't quite report the story correctly when the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912. That much is obvious from a series of newspaper clippings that history site Retronaut posted this...
HALIFAX - Its very name remains a powerful metaphor for the folly of human pride a century after its sinking. The Titanic's legacy abounds in more than 1,100 books, scores of films, 81 million Google...
Just like the Titanic, the wealthy and most adaptable from the "First Class World" will jump into the lifeboats and try to save their most "worthy" citizens, while the poorest and the most vulnerable in the "Third Class World" will go down into waters and die when the "ship" has hit the two, three or four-degree iceberg.