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Here is a summary of both the British and the American reports concerning the sinking of the Titanic, which were released some five months after the tragedy.

"An interesting comparison of the American and British official investigations of the Titanic disaster was published...the conclusions is reached that although the American investigators were practically an 'avenging' body and the English a 'vindicating' one, the recommendations made by the two come to very nearly the same thing...[but]in the matter of responsibility, the reviewer finds marked dissimilarity."

The British commission blamed the captain of the neighboring ship, Californian, for much of the loss of life (the captain of the Californian went to his grave feeling much the same way).


Two Governments Weigh In On The <em>Titanic</em> Disaster (Literary Digest, 1912)

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