On April 14, 1912, during her maiden voyage, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg. “The unsinkable ship” began the descent toward its watery grave, taking more than 1,500 people with her. A major issue that caused such a massive loss of life was the inadequate number of life boats provided on the ship. However, there was another flaw that doomed the Titanic… Its bulkhead design.

Today, as we remember the horrific tragedy that of Titanic, let’s celebrate the lives of those lost and saved – during that fateful voyage and thanks to what was learned because of it.

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