On May 29, 1914, a thousand people died as the Empress of Ireland sank in the Saint Lawrence River.
The note appears to have been written by 12-year-old French schoolgirl Mathilde Lefebvre, who was traveling on the Titanic to New York City with her mother Marie.
One Louth man epitomized the Luck of the Irish when he survived two major shipwrecks - The Titanic in 1912 and The Empress of Ireland in 1914.
The Titanic wreckage site in the North Atlantic Ocean is deteriorating rapidly and is in danger of disappearing forever, a new TV documentary claims.
The disasters of the RMS Titanic and the RMS Lusitania were two of the greatest maritime tragedies of their era.
Why is Cork called the 'Rebel County'? What's Cork's connection with the Titanic? Brush up on your knowledge and see how many of these interesting facts you know about County Cork.
The seldom-told story of the third-class Irish passengers on board the doomed RMS Titanic – some were survivors, others were heroes and victims
Costello Lodge in Casla, Co. Galway, was once home to J. Bruce Ismay, the man who made the decision to cut back on the Titanic’s lifeboats, killing hundreds.
The award-winning film 'Uisce Beatha' is just eight minutes long, but it’s sure to bring a tear to your eye with its Irish Titanic story.
The rare photo of a mass funeral for victims of the Titanic sinking aboard the CS Mackay-Bennett was auctioned in 2013.
In 1940, Helen Loraine Kramer claimed that she was Loraine Allison, who is believed to be the only child from first or second class to have died aboard the Titanic.
Dubbed the "luckiest woman alive", Anna Mae Dickinson has had quite the ride during her lifetime, that is if you believe the stories about her are true.
After surviving the tragic sinking, Co Westmeath man Eugene Daly recounted how he witnessed an officer shoot two men on board.
"Debunking the Myths of the Titanic" addresses claims that Captain Edward Smith was traveling at "excessive speed" when the ship hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The amazing stories of Violet Jessop and her multiple brushes with near-death while at sea.
The letter written by a mother and daughter eight hours before the tragic sinking of the Titanic describes “wonderful journey.”
Like the Titanic once built by its forefathers, Northern Ireland is a place forever sinking under icebergs of its own making.
Men made up 75% of the 2,240 passengers on crew on board the Titanic's ill-fated maiden voyage but only made up a tiny fraction of the 705 survivors.
The documentary "10 Mistakes That Sank the Titanic" investigates the series of mishaps that led to the sinking of the Titanic during its maiden voyage in April 1912.
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.
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