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Titanic Documentary 2019

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Titanic Documentary

I can’t believe it is the 107th anniversary of the R.M. S Titanic I have been listing to Titanic documentaries on YouTube I listen to all the survivor stories, it’s amazing to hear how all the survivors have different stories to tell on what happened to them on the Titanic and what they witnessed. 

The Titanic went down on April 15, 1912, it was a very sad day there were 1,503 people that died, And they pulled only 300 dead bodies from the sea the next morning. Found this information on Google. 

Only 706 passengers survived, that is so sad, but I am happy that some passengers survived The Titanic was the ship of dreams they said the unsinkable ship the Titanic went down from striking an iceberg the time the Titanic went down was at 2:20 a.m. On April 15, 1912. Information found on Google. 

The last living survivor of the Titanic was Millvina Dean died at 79.  He died in 2009 you car hear her stories on YouTube I enjoyed listing on how she survived. Information found on Google. 

I like the passenger molly brown also known as the unsinkable molly brown I like that she will go back and save more people from the cold water. 

I work from home blogging so during the day I love going on YouTube list of documentaries and fun things like beachcombing selling, finding seashells, And metal detecting and looking up metal detecting on YouTube you can find all kinds of cool videos on YouTube, I also enjoy watching animal documents and more my aunt Tracy also gave me the ideas to do this blog post I will post here blog post below. 

There are all kinds of documentaries on YouTube I also find a lot of ideas on Pinterest. 

Do you enjoy watching documentaries What are your favorite documentaries to watch? 

Enjoy Reading Angelika 


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