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Tiny Ships Sandbox 20 Nov 19
103 years ago, the H.M.H.S. sunk. Here are some photos taken from the game . These images were taken by IIAsh_303II.
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Severnside BSAC #364 23 Oct 16
Fascinating talk from our friend in his Expedition 2016 at the DIVER Stage! 100 years of maritime history!
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Royal Constructor Oct 23
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Yannick Lahti 18 Sep 19
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Tracey Griffin trekkie from Near Windsor!! Feb 6
Britannic seminar at Mitel - workplace modernisation
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Cheryl 13 Aug 17
you're the brightest star in any sky. And you love the
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Colin William Montgomery 26 Feb 19
in 1914, H.M.H.S. , slightly younger, slightly larger sister of , is launched at Belfast. The largest ship in the world is afloat, 105 years ago, this day.
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Petros Sarantopoulos Feb 6
Wreck of the 's 'sister ship' the to divers - Is now submerged 300ft underwater in the Aegean sea near Greek island of - Legislation from Greek government would allow divers to venture to the wreck via
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Titanic Together 20 Nov 16
100 Simon Mills and Mark Chirnside speaking with Susie Millar Belfast society
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Aidan McMichael 13 Apr 19
the wreck of HMHS discovered by Jacques Cousteau and now owned by Simon Mills - speaking on board @TFL_Belfast
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Jess Jólabókaflóð (Books & Chocolates FTW) Mar 27
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BRITISH HISTORY MATTERS Nov 21
21 November 1916 – Mines from SM U-73 sink the HMHS Britannic, the largest ship lost in the First World War. There were 1,065 people on board; the 1,035 survivors were rescued from the water & lifeboats, 30 died.
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Belfast Titanic 20 Nov 16
at speaking re 1976 120 m dive by Cousteau off (staircase piece)
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FairwayFilmAlliance 21 Mar 18
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CaptainCurtain 8 Oct 17
I think these two are my best photos, what do you guys think?
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🐜hony™ 31 Oct 19
She survived all three, Olympic, Titanic and Britannic. I think she's AQUATIC! 🙂
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Navy General Board 15 May 18
HMT in 1919 prior to conversion back into a civilian ocean liner following her service in . Unlike her more famous sisters, and , Olympic enjoyed a long career.
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Explorations Unlimited 12 Jan 19
SS previously SS , was an ocean liner that hit a mine laid by U-73 (the same submarine which sunk HMHS ) 2 miles southwest off ,while was travelling from to .
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Southampton Hidden History Sep 10
, Southampton 1915 third of the Olympic class Liners. Was to be called the Gigantic before the sank.
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MrsHowells Nov 4
A lovely gift today, l feel so lucky.
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