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One of the greatest and most famous catastrophes in human history is certainly the sinking of the Titanic, which at the time was the largest passenger ship in the world. According to the official version, the Titanic was supposed to sail to New York on its first voyage, since it sailed from the port of Southampton in England on April 12, 1912. But just two days later, on Sunday, April 14, at 11:40 p.m., it hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic, damaging the right side of the hull and water breaking into the ship. Two hours and forty minutes later, the Titanic sank. The total number of passengers and crew members was 2208, and between 1502 and 1523 people were killed. This is a placed story and everyone believed in it, so even movies and series were made based on it. But as the legend of the Titanic evolved, so did human curiosity, as did numerous conspiracy theories.
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