Thursday, April 19, 2012
Do you know what happened to the glacier that drowned Titanic?
Everyone knew that a few days ago was marked the hundredth anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic and that the Titanic hit a glacier what was fatal to the ship and to the 1517 people who were unable to survive.
But have you ever asked yourselves what happened to the glacier that hit the Titanic? Apparently there are only two photographs of the glacier, what seems logical because as the passengers had to fight for their own lives, they probably didn't have the time to photograph the fatal glacier
However, both the existing photo evidence of collision with Titanic-red trail. However, both the existing photo evidence of collision with Titanic-red trail. The first photo is made a by officer with a German boat SS Prince Adalbert 15th April, 1912. , the morning after the Titanic sank.
By then, this captain has not yet heard the news of the sinking of Titanic, and not even paying attention to the glacier, but this one caught his eye because of its appearance clearly sees traces of red color, which meant that in the last 12 hours on the glacier hit a boat.
The second photo is made by captain of the boat Minia, who was in charge of collecting the remains of the sunken Titanic and finding the bodies of the victims. Captain De Carteret claimed that in that area was only one glacier, and there you can clearly see traces of red paint, as if something struck him. That 'something' was probably Titanic.