12 Historical Facts That Titanic Presented Wrong


Titanic is one of the most popular movies that will never get you bored, no matter how many times you watch it. With its romance and tragedy, it touches every human being, despite the unfortunate ending. Most of the audience define the movie as very good and accurate, but there are some facts mistaken. Things than can’t really happen!

1. No third-class dinner allowed

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It’s hard to believe, but on the real Titanic Rose and Jack wouldn’t have been able to meet each other, because third-class passengers aren’t allowed to enter the first-class area. This means Jack is not supposed to have dinner with the bourgeoisie.

2. There weren’t lanterns at the real event

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There are some things that can’t be avoided and done on purpose. One of them is the presence of lanterns on the scene when looking for survivors. When the real Titanic was sinking, there were no lanterns.


3. Тhe presence of small ships and boats around Titanic on departure

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It’s impossible for small ships to be around a huge one like Titanic when it departed, because of the waves it creates when on the move.

4. “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”

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Margaret Brown (Molly Brown in the movie), a passenger of the Titanic received her nickname “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” after her death for her helpful merits during the sinking of the liner, but she never heard that nickname.


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