Titanic (Life went on)
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On the 11 April 1912 the R.M.S. Titanic sailed into history. While on its maiden voyage with 2,228 passangers and crew on board it sank to the bottom of the ocean, taking with it around 1,523 men, women and children.
Only around 700 passangers survived!
Like so many others I have had a strange curiosity about this disasterous event, but until recently I did not know why.
After watching James Cameron's version of events it suddenly struck me! What happened next? Over the last twelve months I have been doing some extensive research into the 700+ who's lives were saved.
Where did they go, how did they cope, and did life really go on?
A few never fully recovered, some survived to a ripe old age and some were cut of in the prime of their lives, for others their experiance shaped their future and many just wanted to forget the whole experiance.
But in the end nobody cheats death, some just manage to postpone it for a while.
But for many life did go on and their descendants are alive today. What follows is a family-tree of the titanic survivors.