All Stations! Distress!: April 15, 1912 : the Day the Titanic Sank

by Don Brown

On April 15, 1912 the giant passenger ship Titanic struck an iceberg and started sinking into the cold ocean. Illustrations fill this non-fiction account that shows how 2,000 people fought to survive this tragic disaster.

Watch original archive film of the Titanic prior to setting sail.
The first two minutes of the film are of interest: showing the ship, the captain, and some icebergs.

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Titantic Disaster (Gaumont, 1912)

Explore the Titanic in her underground world by visiting the RMS Titanic, Inc. website.

Bring the Titanic to life. 2D and 3D puzzle are both available online. Or build a 1:1200 scale model, you'll need a color printer, heavy card stock, and a lot of patience.
  • titanic_instr.pdf - 353 KiB - This document contains the instructions only (6 pages). - print on regular paper
  • titanic_parts.pdf - 271 KiB - This document contains the parts layout (2 pages). - print on card stock
  • titanic_base.pdf - 202 KiB - This document contains the optional display base (1 page). - print on card stock

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