To say that the Titanic evokes strong emotions in people is a point as obvious as stating that the Russian Revolution wasn't much fun for the Romanovs. 108 years after the pride of the White Star Line struck an iceberg on the fourth night of her first commercial voyage, many are still fascinated by the events that led to the collision and the terrible 160 minutes that followed, which resulted in the deaths of 1,496 people in sub-zero Atlantic waters.
This article has been specially written for thousands of pupils from across Northern Ireland who are doing the Belfast Telegraph cross-curricular project on Titanic. Today concludes a six-week period in which we have focused on the iconic ship which was built in Belfast.
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