On this day in 1912, the RMS Carpathia arrived in New York having rescued passengers and crew from the Titanic after it was struck by an iceberg and sank on April 15, 1912.
The Lusitania, which sank off the coast of Ireland in 1915, was every bit as tragic and dramatic. Why isn’t it better remembered?
On this day, April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank. As we remember the anniversary of this tragedy, we take ourselves inside the Titanic with these sonar images.
The incredible good luck of a woman who should have perished on the Titanic on April 15, 1912, and instead went on to start a new life, in the New World.
Photos and first hand accounts from the night the Titanic sank in the Atlantic fetched a staggering price during a 2011 auction.
Violet Jessop was an incredibly lucky Irish woman who survived the sinkings of the Titanic and the Britannic as well as a major accident on the Olympic.
Being Chief Purser on the Titanic was a huge responsibility – and it was filled by an Irishman who was larger than life and the last word in gallantry.
Why was it that on April 15, 1912, the passengers on board the Titanic didn't panic but remained calm?
Missive written eight hours before tragic sinking describes “wonderful journey.”
A heartbreaking letter written in Belfast is a rare part of Titanic history that was auctioned in 2012.
Photos of the iceberg that the Titanic allegedly struck were released in 2012 to mark the centenary of the disaster.
Last words of 19-year-old Jeremiah Burke from Glanmire, County Cork, who died on the Titanic, which struck the fatal iceberg on April 14, 1912.
The Titanic Waifs orphans were saved by the 22-year-old Westmeath woman who created one of the abiding sensations of the tragedy.
His name appears on the White Star Liner's records, but this man from Cork or Limerick simply disappeared.
On this day in 1912, Titanic officially began its maiden, yet tragic, journey.
County Sligo Mary Burns native could have been killed by her own kindness on the Titanic deciding to get back on the boat with her young friend.
Bridget Delia Bradley, demented by fear, attempted to climb back onto the sinking Titanic.
A well-respected emigrant this Limerick man had lived in Chicago for nine years and was returning to the US when tragedy struck on April 15, 1912.
Cork survivor, who lived to the age of 98, told how men in steerage were held back and that she witnessed murders.
After departing from Belfast where she was built, Titanic arrived in Southampton on this day, April 3, in 1912.
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