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Animals aboard

Animals aboard
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There were passengers who brought their pets along for the journey. Ann Elizabeth Isham, one of only four female first-class passengers who perished in the sinking, died because she refused to abandon her Great Dane as the ship went down.

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It's five o'clock somewhere

It's five o'clock somewhere
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There was no shortage of alcohol on board the Titanic. According to the website TitanicFacts, the ship set sail stocked with 15,000 bottles of beer, 1000 bottles of wine and 850 bottles of liquor. And for the men who enjoyed lounging in the smoking room, there were reportedly 8000 cigars.

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