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Attached herein is a 1912 article that presented a broad survey of thoughts regarding the Titanic disaster as seen from a number of different sources. You'll read the defensive statements of Joseph Bruce Ismay, the critical remarks made by Carpathia Captain Rostrom, the varying assignments of blame made by newspapers and assorted government swells as well as the broad understanding that "wireless communication" must become a standard piece of equipment for all ships. Also reported is the news of a mutiny onboard the Titanic's sister ship, Olympic, which was also furnished with the suspect "collapsible" lifeboats.

     


Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Responsibility for the <em>Titanic</em> Disaster  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

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