Titanic: The Neverending Story

titanic.articleThe wreckage of the ship so famous it remains a metaphor nearly a century later is collapsing on itself two miles underwater. The ashes of the last survivor, a child of just nine weeks when the giant vessel went down, were scattered at sea last week after her death at 97. And the man who discovered the Titanic’s resting place has described its treatment in the years since as a “freak show”. But still the legal battles go on over ownership of the remnants of the vast liner swallowed by the north Atlantic in 1912 with 1,522 lives.

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