Animation Of Titanic Sinking In Real Time: 2 Hours 40 Minutes

From Huffington Post:

The Titanic struck an iceberg late at night on April 14, 1912, and sank some 2 hours and 40 minutes later, early on the morning of April 15.

This simulation includes the iceberg strike, the ship coasting to a halt in the North Atlantic about 20 minutes later, lifeboats being lowered into the water and even scenes of flooding in the interior corridors.

Some 1,500 people — more than two-thirds of the ship’s total population — died when Titanic sank. However, the animation shows no people.

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