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Collapsed Boat Deck

Titanic: Before and After

Collapsed Boat Deck

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A section of the boat deck that has collapsed onto the promenade deck below it.

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Related Photo Galleries (2)

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    Titanic: Before and After

    13 Photos

    Compare images of the Titanic before and after she sank. What has over 90 years at the bottom of the ocean done to the top deck, the hull?

    (13 Photos)
  • Titanic: Aboard the Ship
    Titanic: Aboard the Ship

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    Explore some of the most interesting artifacts salvaged from the Titanic's wreck and discover which influential figures perished when the great ship collided with an iceberg.

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    The Titanic: Engineering Disaster

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    Video Clip (2:46)
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    Floating City on Perpetual Vacation

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    The Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Sea is the world's biggest cruise ship; it is as tall as a 20 story building. In a Modern Marvels video, discover how one of the world's largest machines is on a perpetual vacation.

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    Mankind in 2 Minutes

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    Experience the story of Mankind in 2 Minutes.

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    Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming series Mankind Decoded.

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Related Speeches & Audio (1)

  • Titanic Survivor's Eyewitness Account
    Titanic Survivor's Eyewitness Account

    Audio Clip (3:03)

    In 1935, a survivor of Titanic recounts his experience aboard the doomed ship. On its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk off the coast of Newfoundland on April 12, 1912, killing more than 1,500 passengers.

    Audio Clip (3:03)

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