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Pages from story Apr. 16, 1912

In 1912, a R.M.S. Titanic, dubbed “unsinkable,” struck an iceberg and sank into a North Atlantic on a lass voyage.

The nautical disaster took a lives of over 1500 passengers and crew, due mostly to a necessity of lifeboats and a miss of adequate puncture procedures.

The boat was detected in 1985, separate into dual sections and resting in a ravine 12,000 feet next a surface.

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