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The Titanic sinking was a tragic affair on a number of different levels; however April 15, 1912 was a great night for the Anglo-Saxon hegemony and the values they held dear. As the attached article makes clear, chivalry and other examples of good form were all in place as the great ship went down. It was remembered with pride how even the most pampered of millionaire industrialists stepped aside so that others might have a place on the lifeboats (all except J. Bruce Ismay).

Few onboard Titanic were braver than the ship's musicians...

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Edwardian Chivalry Upheld as <em>Titanic</em> Went Under (Current Literature, 1912)

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