Rare Vintage 1912 Postcard Of The Titanic

Rare Vintage 1912 Postcard Of The Titanic. This is a rare 1912 Postcard of the White Star Royal Mail Steamer Titanic or RMS Titanic. The Titanic created history because it was one of the world’s largest and most luxurious ocean liners ever built. But unfortunately, it sunk after hitting an iceberg.

It had an astounding length of  269 meters, they touted this huge floating giant to be unsinkable. The ship started on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York in 1912. With around 2,000 or more people on board, including some important personalities.

At around 11.40 pm the RMS Titanic struck a huge iceberg near north Atlantic. The ship slowly began to sink within a few hours time. The giant unsinkable Titanic lay at the bottom of the Atlantic by 2.20 am. Read more about Titanic sinks.

There is a message in English on the back of the Postcard. Not sure if the person who wrote the letter was a passenger on the Titanic.

Did you know- it is said that the promoters of the ship had boasted that even God could not sink the Titanic. 

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