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The Rescue of the Third Class on the TitanicA Revisionist History$
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David Gleicher

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780973893410

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780973893410.001.0001

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The Rescue of the Third Class on the Titanic
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David Gleicher

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780973893410.003.0002

This chapter aims to delineate a timeline of events in order to provide an accurate account of the movement of third class passengers during the sinking. The timeline is broken down into 5 phases ranging between 11:40pm on the 14th April 1912 and 2:20am on the 15th. It explores these first two phases in detail, spanning 11:40pm and 1:00am, covering the initial impact and the evacuation attempts that followed. It includes tables detailing survival rates by class, gender, and region; survival by class, gender and age; survival of third class members by location of their quarters; figures detailing both the area of impact and damage; and the escape routes taken by third class passengers. By examining testimonies from the British Inquiry, it concludes that third class passengers took a difficult route the top deck due to misdirection from the ship’s authorities.

Keywords:   British Inquiry, American Inquiry, Joseph Wheat, Butler Aspinall, Officer Lightoller, John Edward Hart

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