100 Years of the Titanic & Liverpool
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A century after she sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, Titanic remains the most famous ship in the world.
This special commemorative magazine tells the whole dramatic story of the disaster and how Liverpool had a huge influence on the ship's birth.
When Titanic set sail on her ill-fated maiden voyage in April 1912, she was registered in the city and carried the Liverpool name on her stern. The owners, White Star Line, had their office on James Street.
Many of the crew and officers also had strong Liverpool connections, including the Captain, Edward Smith.
This glossy 84 page publication features rare and unseen images from the magnificent Daily Mirror archive, plus Mirror pages and reports from the time, as we recall how the ship believed to be unsinkable met with catastrophe.
The human stories of those who were saved and lost are highlighted, as well as the controversy over why she sank and who was to blame.
We also assess how the Titanic has continued to hold a fascination to the public, particularly through the long search for the wreck and the blockbusting film epic starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet.
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