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The last wireless message sent by Titanic’s radio operator, Jack Phillips, advising that the ship is “sinking fast” and passengers are being put into lifeboats.
See more photos from the book,Titanic: The Tragedy that Shook the World: One Century Later here.
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Never before seen photos of the Titanic from National Geographic – The April 2012 edition of magazine features the first ever complete views of the wreck of the Titanic, made from thousands of high-resolution images, in its current state on the seafloor
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Two of Titanic’s engines lie exposed in a gaping cross section of the stern. Draped in “rusticles”—orange stalactites created by iron-eating bacteria—these massive structures, four stories tall, once powered the largest moving man-made object on Earth.
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