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Thursday, April 18, 1912

Battle for life on Titanic
Apr. 18, 1912, Pittsburg Press

Not half a chance for the passengers
Apr. 18, 1912, New York Times

Wireless message from ship says some of Titanic's lifeboats, filled with passengers were sucked under by liner
Apr. 18, 1912, Washington Times

Titanic boilers blew up, breaking her in two after striking berg
Apr. 18, 1912, New York Evening World

Latest list of rescued from the Titanic
Apr. 18, 1912, Milwaukee Sentinel

Fog detains Carpathia which slowly approaches New York
Apr. 18, 1912, Paterson (NJ) Press

Carpathia refuses to give any details of Titanic's loss and as fruitless hours go by, suspense grows more maddening
Apr. 18, 1912, Richmond (VA) Times Dispatch

Titanic's survivors, storm delayed, expected tonight; names of 442 saved now known
Apr. 18, 1912, New York Tribune

Ship starts to seek bodies of victims
Apr. 18, 1912, New York Times

To call Bruce Ismay in Congress inquiry
Apr. 18, 1912, New York Times

Congress will force J.B. Ismay to answer
Apr. 18, 1912, Tacoma Times

Eames may have been on Titanic
Apr. 18, 1912, Hawaiian Star

Titanic 1912 Timeline of Events