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Titanic Honour and Glory makes US Premiere.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Titanic Honour and Glory will premiere in the United States later this year. The History Museum of Mobile, Alabama, a magnificent and stunning museum, our host for the award winning Titanic exhibition.
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Titanic now open at Great Yarmouth.
Titanic Honour & Glory will be docking at Time and Tide from April 1st through to September 24th 2017. This unique exhibition brings to life the history of the legendary Ocean Liner, the Royal Mail Steamer Titanic, an exhibition voted one of the top five exhibitions in the United Kingdom by The Times newspaper.
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Titanic Exhibition Opens in Chelmsford
Chelmsford Civic Society presents the Titanic Honour & Glory Exhibition which is open in Bond Street in Chelmsford, CM1 1GD on Thursday to Sunday from 10.30-16.00 running from April to June. Sean Smalc’s fascination with Titanic began at the age of five, when he saw the film 'A Night to Remember'. He has been amassing the awe-inspiring collection ever since. 'This diverse exhibition appeals to so many people from all age groups' Sean says. ‘With this exhibition we aim to increase the knowledge of Titanic's history and that of her sister ships and the White Star Line, which owned and operated many of the finest liners ever to sail the high seas. Every visitor will get a feeling of what it was like to have been aboard Titanic. The exhibition will take you on a genuine voyage of discovery’.
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Real Stories

titanic second class passenger ruth beckerIt is no surprise that wherever the exhibition docks on its tour, there are a number of people or families who visit the exhibition and introduce themselves and reveal their own personal connection to the Titanic.  The connection and stories can be either passengers or crewmembers.

We are privileged and very pleased to meet family members and individuals, and are always excited to learn of their connection with the legendary liner.  As a result we have created this part of the exhibition website, where we would like to extend the invitation to individuals visiting the site who may have Titanic connections to share their Titanic stories.

We would like to create and build an archive of stories within the members area of the exhibition website where they would ensure that the Honour of Titanic's passengers and crew and the Glory of the ship herself would be remembered for generations to come.

If you would like your story told please contact us on the following email address, thank you.

tribute@titanichonourandglory.com

 

 

Titanic Survivors.

The survivors of Titanic were left with harrowing memories of the disaster. In this video, verbatim testimonies from a first class passenger, second officer and fireman recall the moments leading up to Titanic finally going down.

Their accounts of the biting cold, screams for help, separation from friends and family and attempts to rescue others from the icy depths paint a vivid and terrifying picture of what it was like to be both on board, and to have survived the disaster.

They may have escaped death and lived to tell their tale, but what they could not escape were the many haunting memories of what they witnessed on that fateful day.

The information and videos were kindly submitted by Mharie Maloney from Belfast, Northern Ireland, thank you also for the link to a great website - www.the-titanic.com

 

 

 

Violet Jessop

Few people knew the White Star Olympic Class Liners like Violet Jessop.

With her mother ill, a 17-year-old Violet applies for a stewardess position on the RMS Olympic. Little does she know, but on obtaining the position she is embarking on a journey that will make her one of maritime history’s most remarkable characters.

Whether blessed by good luck or ill fortune, Violet Jessop was aboard each of the Olympic Class Liners during their three respective mishaps at sea. As both a stewardess and a nurse Violet Jessop was, on three occasions, witness to the kind of chaos and danger that most people never experience even once in a lifetime.

And thanks to the memoirs of the indefatigable Violet, we now have some insight into the life, the lady and the Olympic Class Liners.

 

 

 
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