There was a brief mention in today's paper about it but this National Geographic article explains it better.
There was a programme on Channel 5 last night about a Nazi Titanic feature film that never saw the light of day. Stand by for a titanic barrage of Titanic centenary nostalgia over the next month...
Strikes me as a load of pointless, speculative, nonsense produced by academics with too much time on their hands.
Stand by for the Horizon Titanic is special I thought...
...either way, it was still an iceberg wot dun for 'em.
Quote:- .either way, it was still an iceberg wot dun for 'em. And an egotistical over confident captain. When did that last cause a disaster?
There was an iceberg in the Med...?
At school we used to sing a song:-
Oh, they built the ship Titanic, to sail the ocean blue;
They thought they'd built a ship, that the water would never go through.
But the Lord's almighty hand, knew that ship would never land;
It was sad, when that great ship went down.
It was sad...It was sad
It was sad when that great ship went down
Quickbeam, I was refering to the captain of both the Titanic and the Costa Concordia. I am aware of the objects that both ships collided with.
You should know me by now:)
Hopefully the only ice in the Med is floating in my glass.
If I want cold seas I could have gone to Skeggie :0)
"Was the Titanic sunk by a Celestial Alignment?"
No, she wasn't.
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