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The Real Titanic   See Pictures for the Real Titanic From Inside, outside, crew and some stuff                                            ...

The Real Titanic See Pictures for the Real Titanic From Inside, outside, crew and some stuff ...

Con esta foto Rocco Morabito ganó un Premio Pulitzer en 1968. Fue nombrada como “El beso de la vida” por un editor del Jacksonville Journal, y apareció en los periódicos de todo el mundo en 1967. La foto mostraba un aprendiz de instalador de líneas eléctricas, RG Champion, que había entrado en contacto con una línea de 4.160 voltios, siendo resucitado por su compañero J.D. Thompson, mientras colgaba de la parte superior del poste. Champion vivió superando la terrible experiencia.

El beso de la vida // The kiss of life (by Rocco Morabito, 1967)

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Seven-year-old Eva Hart survived Titanic along with her mother. She became one of the most recognizable figures associated with the disaster, appearing in several forms of media.

Titanic's Infamous Passengers Tell a Tale of Survival

Seven-year-old Eva Hart survived Titanic along with her mother. She became one of the most recognizable figures associated with the disaster, appearing in several forms of media.

John George “Jack” Phillips was born 11 April 1887 in Godalming, Surrey, England. In March 1912, he was the head operator on the White Star Liner, The Titanic. He stayed at his station when the ship was sinking until Captain Smith dismissed him from his duties. He was able to cling onto the side of a collapsible lifeboat that was floating upside down, but he died shortly before dawn at age 25 & his body was never recovered.

John George “Jack” Phillips was born 11 April 1887 in Godalming, Surrey, England. In March 1912, he was the head operator on the White Star Liner, The Titanic. He stayed at his station when the ship was sinking until Captain Smith dismissed him from his duties. He was able to cling onto the side of a collapsible lifeboat that was floating upside down, but he died shortly before dawn at age 25 & his body was never recovered.

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