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Ian Thompson-The Chronicle Herald coverage of the Titanic over 100 years.

Titanic – 100 Years Past

Amid the final resting place lies over 100 victims of the fatal Titanic voyage, more than any other cemetery in the world. On this glimmering sunny day in Halifax, a resonating sense of nostalgia fills the air with the numerous activities celebrating 100th anniversary of the Titanic tragedy. It was today, April 10 it was exactly 100 years ago today did the White Starline begin her first and last voyage across the Atlantic waters.

We’ll be lingering in the past for this occasion as we make our way through the grave site, marked by small gray granite headstones. A third of the graves go unidentified, these gravestones claim a number which resembles the order in which their body was found and date of death.

Often people will visit the cemetery, moved by the story Titanic has left behind and the perished lives lost to sea. One site of particular interest (apart from the grave that the tour guide discusses in the video above) lies a baby boy that hadn’t been claimed by family; known for centuries as The Unknown Child. In recent years passed has he been identified as 19 month old, Sidney Lesley Goodwin, his family too had been lost to sea.

Keep your eyes and ears open, we’ll keep you posted with more videos to come of our visits to Halifax for the 100th Anniversary Celebrations.

Great Article on the Titanic From a Maritime Perspective

Titanic brand proves unsinkable as 100-year anniversary looms

David Sapsted
Apr 9, 2012

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Titanic Auction Update on Bidding – More Than 5,000 Artifacts

Premier Exhibitions, Inc. Provides Update on Auction of Titanic Artifacts Collection
ATLANTA, Georgia – April 10, 2012 – Premier Exhibitions, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRXI), a leading presenter of museum-quality touring exhibitions throughout the world, today provided an update on the auction of its Titanic artifact collection. The Company and its subsidiary RMS Titanic, Inc., in conjunction with Guernsey’s Auction House, is holding for auction more than 5,000 artifacts recovered from the Titanic wreck site, along with related intellectual property and intangibles.

The Company announced today that it is in discussions with multiple parties for the purchase of its Titanic artifacts collection. In order for the Company to settle on the most appropriate bidder and maximize the ultimate value of the artifacts for shareholders, it will conduct these negotiations and due diligence in confidence. Consequently, the Company will provide an additional update to shareholders as soon as practical, and the press conference originally scheduled for April 11, 2012, will be rescheduled accordingly.

About RMS Titanic, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Premier Exhibitions, Inc.
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Titanic Journey at the Luxor

200,000 Titanic-related records are published online

More than 200,000 records relating to the Titanic have been published online to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking on 15 April.

The documents provide information about survivors and the 1,500 people who died, including a number of wills and hundreds of coroner inquest files.

The collection has been gathered by the subscription-based family history website

However, access to the Titanic records collection is free until 31 May 2012.

The Titanic, which was built in Belfast, sank in the Atlantic Ocean after hitting an iceberg during its maiden voyage to New York.

The records include the ship’s official passenger list, which shows the names, ages and occupations of those on board the ill-fated liner.

It also details the nationalities, positions and addresses of the ship’s crew which had more than 900 members.

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Titanic Auction to Mark the 100th Anniversary

Guernsey’s Auctioneers Present The Titanic Collection

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Also check out this great online collection RR Auctions have up for bid

Special Link Provided by Fran Capo – Titanic Journey

Fran Capo's Journey to the Titanic on Blip TV

Special thanks to Fran Capo for the Titanic Link:
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100th Titanic Anniversary

Take a look into the incredible insight offered by, of Titanic’s tragic aftermath as well as a breakthrough of newly found records of those who were on board her maiden voyage.
Although there’s little chance you’ll find relatives who boarded the Titanic; however you may find family at Peer into the migration records, you may be delighted in discovering ancestors who’ve ventured overseas.

Titanic Exhibition in Las Vegas

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