Titanic History Films
This is a interview with Edith Russell, Titanic survivor.
The documentary was narrated by actor David McCallum and began with a quote from first-class passenger Jack Thayer. Rare interviews with some of the few remaining Titanic survivors, including Edith Brown, Eva Hart, Ruth Becker (who had already died in 1990), Millvina Dean and Michel Marcel Navratil, discussions with leading historical authorities on the sinking, including Charles Haas, John Eaton, Ken Marschall, Don Lynch and Robert Ballard, and excerpts from survivor's writings and newspaper articles accompanied McCallum's telling of the story.
On the night of April 14th, 1912, the R.M.S Titanic, bound from Southampton to New York, on her Maiden Voyage, collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic. The iceberg ripped open the first 5 compartments and the Titanic sank in the early hours of April 15th, taking the lives of 1,523 men, women and children. ONLY 705 survived that night.
This is an interview with Fourth Officer Joseph Boxall from a 1962 audio recording.
Listen to an interview with Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller from a 1937 recording.
BBC Archive from 1957 with Titanic Survivors
Authentic footage depicting Titanic following her completion at Thompson Graving Dock, Belfast, Ireland in 1912.
A collection of Old footage of the real ship its self and the 1912 version of the story on film with some music dubed into it.