Video: Ever Wanted To See The Titanic Sinking In Real Time ?

By Paul Crowe Sunday, July 10, 2016
The Titanic is the most famous ocean liner in history, for all the wrong reasons. Already an often told story when James Cameron released the film Titanic in 1997 it catapulted the Belfast built ship into the conscience of another generation. The film came just 15 years before the 100 year anniversary of the sinking, amazingly survivor Millvina Dean who was just two months old when she borded the Titanic lived to see the film (Millvina passed away in 2012).

But even though it's less than 20 years since the film a lot of what we know about the tragedy has changed. Now for the first time thanks to Titanic Honor And Glory you can see the events in real time. With amazing graphics they have recreated the night starting just before the ship struck an Iceberg at 11:40 PM on the 14th April 1912. The video covers the 2 hours 40 minutes it took for the "Unsinkable" ship to go down taking over 1500 passengers and crew with her.

Paul Crowe

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