Titanic Remembered exhibition to mark ship disaster's centenary

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THE National Maritime Museum in Greenwich will mark the centenary of the sinking of Titanic with a small exhibition.

Titanic Remembered will tell the stories of some of those who survived the tragedy and explore how that fateful night in 1912 has become the most famous maritime disaster in history.

Running from March 8, the show features letters, photographs and objects, from a whistle which was reportedly used by survivors clinging to a lifeboat to attract attention to slippers and a musical toy pig.

To find out more, visit nmm.ac.uk

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