The world was stunned in 1912 by the loss of the Titanic. Halifax, Nova Scotia, located on the east coast of Canada, one of the connections the most moving and intimate with the Titanic disaster, playing a key role in the tragedy and becoming the final resting place of several his victims' unclaimed. Three Halifax ships were involved in the recovery phase of the victims. Rows of black granite headstones, inscribed on the same date, April 15, 1912, are a stark reminder of the disaster. Objects from the Titanic at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic are a reminder of the luxury ship, its violent end and the special role played by the Halifax disaster. These objects have all been pulled from the water in the weeks following the sinking of the ship. The exhibition features wooden objects found at the scene of the disaster.
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