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Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
is an online reference work containing extensive and constantly updated information on the RMS Titanic.[1] The website, a nonprofit endeavor, is a database of passenger and crew biographies, deck plans, and articles submitted by historians or Titanic
Titanic
enthusiasts. In 1999, The New York Times
The New York Times
noted that the site "may be the most comprehensive Titanic
Titanic
site", based on its content including passenger lists and ship plans.[2] The Chicago Tribune called it "a marvelously detailed Internet site."[3]

Contents

1 History 2 Content 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
was founded by Philip Hind. The website first went on-line September 1996. By March 1999, the website had received 600,000 hits. It is currently the most renowned and comprehensive resource for information on the Titanic. Content[edit] Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
contains a wide range of information about the ship, her passengers and a variety of related subjects. Each passenger and crew member has a separate page containing at least basis biographical data, and many of these contain detailed biographies, photographs and contemporary news articles. The site also contains original research by professional and amateur Titanic
Titanic
historians from all parts of the world. Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
also contains an active message board with (as of November 2012) over 11,700 members and 300,000 messages. Among the topics of discussion on the message board are the following:

Passenger Research Cabin Numbers Collision and Sinking Theories Crew Research Discovery, Salvage and Exploration The Gilded Age Life on Board Lost and Saved

Ships that may have stood still Construction and Design Titanic
Titanic
Art, Photography and Music Titanic
Titanic
Books Titanic
Titanic
Movies Titanic
Titanic
on TV Other Ships and Shipwrecks

References[edit]

^ "Encyclopedia Titanica". Sunday Life. June 25, 2006. Retrieved 2007-08-21. Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
is a unique resource for anyone interested in the sinking of the Titanic. The site, launched in 1996, is an impressive work in progress, as its content is being constantly updated by information from enthusiasts and historians. It boasts more than 1,000 photographs and 750 Titanic-related documents. Quite apart from ...  ^ Rick Archbold (April 8, 1999). "The Titanic's Mystique in Digital Packages". New York Times. Retrieved 2013-04-25. Encyclopedia Titanica: This may be the most comprehensive Titanic
Titanic
site, with passenger lists, ship plans and video. ...  ^ Lynn Voedisch (March 12, 1998). "Searching Out A Tragedy's Victims And Survivors". Daily Tribune. Retrieved 2013-04-25. One place to research the lives of those who sailed on the Titanic
Titanic
is Encyclopedia Titanica
Titanica
(www.rmplc.co.uk/eduweb/sites/phind/), a marvelously detailed Internet site. 

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RMS Titanic

First class facilities Second and Third class facilities Grand Staircase Animals aboard Musicians

Sinking

Alternative theories Changes in safety practices Legends and myths Lifeboats Lifeboat No. 1 British inquiry US inquiry Wreck of Titanic Maritime Memorial Act

Deck officers

Edward J. Smith (Captain) Henry Tingle Wilde (Chief Officer) William McMaster Murdoch
William McMaster Murdoch
(First Officer) Charles H. Lightoller (Second Officer) Herbert Pitman
Herbert Pitman
(Third Officer) Joseph G. Boxhall (Fourth Officer) Harold G. Lowe (Fifth Officer) James Paul Moody
James Paul Moody
(Sixth Officer) Joseph Bell (Machine Room Manager)

Crew members

Frederick Barrett Harold Bride William Denton Cox Sid Daniels Alfred Frank Evans Frederick Fleet Luigi Gatti Robert Hichens Violet Jessop Charles Joughin Reginald Lee Evelyn Marsden William Mintram Jack Phillips George Symons

Passengers

Fatalities

Allison family Thomas Andrews John Jacob Astor IV David John Bowen Archibald Butt Thomas Byles Walter Donald Douglas Edith Corse Evans Annie Funk Jacques Futrelle Sidney Leslie Goodwin Benjamin Guggenheim John Harper Wallace Hartley Charles Melville Hays Edward Austin Kent Joseph Philippe Lemercier Laroche Francis Davis Millet Harry Markland Molson Michel Navratil Eino Viljami Panula W. T. Stead Ida Straus Isidor Straus John Borland Thayer Jr. Frank M. Warren, Sr. George Dennick Wick George Dunton Widener Harry Elkins Widener Duane Williams George Henry Wright Roderick Chisholm

Survivors (last living)

Rhoda Abbott Trevor Allison Lillian Asplund Madeleine Astor Ruth Becker Lawrence Beesley Karl Behr Dickinson Bishop Mauritz Håkan Björnström-Steffansson Elsie Bowerman Francis Browne Margaret "Molly" Brown Daniel Buckley Alden Caldwell Helen Churchill Candee Charlotte Drake Cardeza Lucile Carter Gladys Cherry Millvina Dean Margaret Devaney Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon Ethel Flora Fortune Dorothy Gibson Archibald Gracie IV Frank John William Goldsmith Edith Haisman Henry S. Harper Eva Hart Margaret Bechstein Hays Masabumi Hosono J. Bruce Ismay Eleanor Ileen Johnson Louise Laroche Louise Kink Margaret Mannion Michel Marcel Navratil Alfred Nourney Arthur Godfrey Peuchen Winnifred Quick Marjorie Newell Robb Edith Rosenbaum Noël Leslie, Countess of Rothes Emily Ryerson Beatrice Sandström Frederic Kimber Seward Eloise Hughes Smith Jack Thayer Marian Thayer Barbara West Ella Holmes White R. Norris Williams Marie Grice Young

Monuments and memorials

General

Memorials and monuments to the RMS Titanic

Australia

Bandstand (Ballarat)

United Kingdom

Engine Room Heroes (Liverpool) Engineers (Southampton) Musicians (Southampton) Titanic
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(Belfast) Orchestra (Liverpool)

United States

Straus Park
Straus Park
(New York City) Titanic
Titanic
(New York City) Titanic
Titanic
(Washington, D.C.) Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain
Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain
(Washington, D.C.)

Popular culture

Books

Futility, or the Wreck of the Titan (1898) A Night to Remember (book) Polar the Titanic
Titanic
Bear

Films

Saved from the Titanic
Saved from the Titanic
(1912) In Nacht und Eis
In Nacht und Eis
(1912) Atlantic (1929) Titanic
Titanic
(1943) Titanic
Titanic
(1953) A Night to Remember (1958) The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) Raise the Titanic
Titanic
(1980) Secrets of the Titanic (1986) Titanica
Titanica
(1992) Titanic
Titanic
(1997) The Legend of the Titanic
The Legend of the Titanic
(1999) Titanic: The Legend Goes On (2000) Ghosts of the Abyss
Ghosts of the Abyss
(2003) Tentacolino (2004) Titanic
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II (2010)

Television

S.O.S. Titanic
Titanic
(1979) Titanic: The Complete Story (1994) Titanic
Titanic
(1996) No Greater Love (1996) "A Flight to Remember" (Futurama) (1999) Titanic
Titanic
(2012) Titanic: Blood and Steel (2012) Saving the Titanic
Titanic
(2012)

Music

"The Titanic
Titanic
(It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down)" (folk song) The Sinking of the Titanic
Titanic
(music composition) Titanic
Titanic
(musical) The Unsinkable Molly Brown (musical) "My Heart Will Go On" (Celine Dion song) "Nearer, My God, to Thee" (song)

Video games

Titanic: Adventure Out of Time (1996) Titanic: Honor and Glory (TBA)

Museums and exhibitions

SeaCity Museum
SeaCity Museum
(Southampton) Titanic
Titanic
Museum (Branson, Missouri) Titanic
Titanic
Museum (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee) Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
(Halifax) Titanic
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Belfast

Places

Titanic
Titanic
(Canada) Titanic
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Canyon Titanic
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Quarter, Belfast Cape Race, Newfoundland Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia Mount Olivet Cemetery (Halifax)

Related

Ships

RMS Olympic RMS Carpathia HMHS Britannic CS Mackay-Bennett Replica Titanic Titanic
Titanic
II

Others

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