Nobody knows how wide the iceberg was but the top (the upper
10%) was about 96 feet above sea-level.
When the Titanic hit the iceberg it had almost no time to respond.
Titanic left Ireland on April 11th and hit the iceberg on the evening of April 14th.
There was no regice on the iceberg Titanic hit.
An iceberg indisputably and definitively was hit by Titanic.
Yes. Titanic hit an iceberg.
The exact depth of the iceberg that hit the Titanic may never be known. There are photographs of the iceberg that supposedly hit the Titanic, and the size at the surface was estimated at 100 feet high, upwards to 400 feet long.
1hour can you imagin that?!
The titanic was torpeoed by the Nazis.
Iceberg This ice berg was as long as a football field
Titanic hit the iceberg on a Sunday evening.
Yes. Titanic hit an iceberg and sank.
The Titanic hit an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean.
Titanic was travelling at about 25 mph when she hit the iceberg.
Most definitely without a doubt, Titanic struck the stationary iceberg at about 25 mph.
The Titanic hit the Iceberg because it was traveling too fast.
Yes. Without a doubt, Titanic definitively hit an iceberg.
The titanic hit an iceberg.
The Titanic was not hit. An iceberg was struck by the Titanic.
In 1912, Titanic left Ireland on April 11th and struck the iceberg the night of April 14th.
Titanic hit the iceberg at 11:40 pm and was submersed enough to crack at 2:20 the next morning.
The Titanic left Southampton on April 10, 1912 and hit the iceberg at 11:40 pm on April 14, 1912
The Titanic hit an iceberg
The iceberg was located about 400 miles south of Newfoundland when Titanic hit it.
The Titanic was running at twenty-to knots when she hit the iceberg.
The Titanic hit the iceberg 350 miles off the coast of Canada.
When Titanic hit into the iceberg, most people went to the upper decks.
The length of the hole in the side of the Titanic is 90 Metres long.
Actually, the Titanic did try to evade it, however, the iceberg hit the side, letting water in. If the Titanic were to hit the iceberg head-on, it wouldn't have sank
Titanic famously hit an iceberg.
Titanic indisputably hit an iceberg.
Titanic hit the iceberg at 11:40 PM in the night of April 14,1912.
Titanic struck the iceberg on April 14th, 1912.
when the titanic hit the iceberg it was going 100 mph because when water started flowing in the titanic lost power.
No, the Titanic hit a single iceberg.
21 knots then it hit the iceberg
It hit the iceberg on its right (Starboard) side.
The Titanic was hit on the Starboard side. The Titanic hit an iceberg on April 14.
No. Titanic was hit by an iceberg. Lusitania and Carpathia were sunk by torpedoes and Britannic was sunk by a mine.
Ice, in the form of an iceberg Titanic sank after she hit an iceberg
The Titanic hit the iceberg at 11:40 p.m.
The R.S. Titanic hit an iceberg.
The RMS Titanic hit an iceberg
The iceberg itself did not have a name.
The iceberg that hit Titanic was so far south that it would completely dissolved in a few days.
The titanic was sunk when it hit an underwater iceberg and tore a long gash in its side which flooded with water.
the titanic only hit 1 iceberg
it would have stayed afloat if it hadn't hit the iceberg
No. The iceberg that struck Titanic was likely gone in a few days.