THE ICEBERG THAT SANK TITANIC

Taken on April 20th 1912, these photographs are believed to be the only visual evidence of the iceberg that collided with the Titanic sending over 1600 people to their deaths.  Since this was the only iceberg in the vicinity, many assumed it was the culprit.  There have even been rumors that the iceberg bore a streak of red paint on one side.

 

 

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