Titanic: 100 Years: Titanic Hits an Iceberg

One hundred years ago today, the unsinkable Titanic struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic on its maiden voyage.  What happended over the next two and a half hours has been retold countless times. Here is a timeline of the evening (local time):

11:40 PM – Titanic strikes an iceberg at latitude 41-46N, longitude 50-14W

11:50 PM – Inspections show 14 feet of water in the forward sections of the ship

To be continued…

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