The Titanic and the Mystery Ship
Did you know that a nearby ship watched the Titanic go down?
Since 1912, several writers have attempted to disprove those portions of the US Senate and British Inquiries into the loss of RMS Titanic which found that the SS Californian witnessed the sinking and that her captain, Stanley Lord, failed to respond appropriately to signals of distress.
website will examine various arguments put forth by these authors, and allow
the reader to compare their arguments with verbatim extracts from the testimony
of the 1912 Inquiries and other contemporary sources. Some of the information
to be found here will be familiar to Titanic buffs, but other documents may
come as a surprise, particularly to those who have read only the so-called
pro-Lord authors, whose arguments frequently omit key passages from the
testimony - passages which undoubtedly convinced the US Senators and the
British assessors of the truth of their findings.
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