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Posted on Saturday 21st April

Following the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of RMS Titanic, The National Archives are holding three live chat sessions on 17, 18 and 19 April.

Anyone who is stuck with their Titanic research, or has a question to ask the Titanic experts can do so from 2pm to 4pm today and tomorrow, asking questions online directly to TNA Titanic records specialists via the 'live chat' button on TNA's Records website. Live chat is an instant messaging service which allows one-to-one chat to help you find the information you are looking for there and then.

Further Reading

Who Sank the Titanic?

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Who Sank the Titanic?

(Hardback - 224 pages)
by Robert J Strange

Designed as the technological marvel of her age, RMS Titanic claimed to be the largest, strongest, safest ship of the early 20th Century; a triumph of centuries of Great Britain’s unrivalled shipbuilding expertise. Yet nothing could be further from the truth. The 1500 American and British victims of RMS Titanic went to their watery graves never knowing that much of the ship was imperfectly forged from cheap and recycled scrap-iron and that the tragedy was… Read more...

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