"An artistic interpretation of text, free from the confines of specific political argument or exact historical flow"
By Ramzy Baroud


THE QUESTIONNABLE SINKING OF THE OLYMPIA 1912
The official history of the sinking of the Titanic does not completely make sense, there was a sister ship called Olympia which was launched two years before the Titanic. Unfortunately it was hit by a First World War USA destroyer and her back was broken a death warrant for a ship.

However it carries on sailing for another 30 years, there was a time of one week where both ships were moved in and out of the dry dock several times and the Olympia had slight modifications to look more like the Titanic.

There are lots of information which you can read on this but there is no actual proof either way on which ship actually sank on that dreadful day.
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