RMS Titanic was the largest passenger ship at the beginning of the 20th century.
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- Is it true that the Titanic was the largest ocean liner of its age?
- When was the Titanic launched?
- Which company owned the Titanic?
- What was the length of the Titanic?
- What was the maximum speed of the Titanic?
- How many passengers could the Titanic carry?
- What was the number of the Titanic's crew?
- Where did the Titanic start its first voyage?
- What was the planned destination of the Titanic?
- When did the Titanic sink?
- When did the Titanic hit the iceberg?
- In which year did the disaster of the Titanic take place?
- Is it true that the Titanic broke in two while sinking?
- Is it true that most of the passengers of the Titanic survived the catastrophe?
- Where was the Titanic built?
- Which ship was not the sister ship of the Titanic?
- What was the surname of the Titanic's captain?
- Who were the first to be evacuated to the lifeboats?
- Which ship was the first to hear the distress signals of the Titanic?
- Which ship helped the shipwrecked passengers of the Titanic?
- How many people were aboard the Titanic at the time of the catastrophe?
- How many people survived the catastrophe?
- How many people lost their lives in the catastrophe?
- At the bottom of which ocean are the wrecks of the Titanic still lying?
- How many propellers did the Titanic have?
- Which part of the deck was nearest to the bow of the ship?
- How many funnels did the Titanic have?
- What was not part of the Titanic's deck?
- Where were the wires of the radio telegraph system strung?
- Is it true that there was no crow's nest on the Titanic?
- How wide was the Titanic (at the water level)?
- What was the draught of the Titanic?
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