Titanic´s False Facts We Never Knew

The sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic on April 15th, 1912 was a monumental disaster, claiming the lives of 1,517 passengers in the frigid Atlantic Ocean. It’s since been elevated to one of those moments in history that feels more legendary than real — because it’s hard to fathom how such a terrible disaster ever took place. That epic status has led to countless misconceptions being repeated again and again as absolute fact. So let’s try to separate fact from fiction…

Lifeboat lies | 0:36
World record | 1:55
Doom and gloom | 2:52
Precious cargo | 3:54
Bubbly break | 5:12
Cross-dressing salvation | 5:53
Captain kook | 6:57
Sent to steerage | 7:56
Women and children | 8:31