BC: Captains Log Jordan Klinge | THE TITANIC
FC: Journal | Captain Arthur Henry Rostron
1: April 14, 1912 | We sent even more warnings to the Titanic about the icebergs ahead. I know it is an unsinkable ship but these icebergs are invisible blending into the night. I feel they are ignoring us, but we will just have to wait and see. I will allow the radio operating room to take a break. Tomorrow morning we will try to warn them again.
2: Around 12 o'clock | The operating room has received an SOS from the Titanic. They have hit an iceberg. They are in need of help and we are at full speed towards their location, Lat-49 46'N Long- 50 14' W. I will write again when I arrive. | 0 | 0 | 0
3: 4 o'clock p.m | The water was calm. Remains of the ship are scattered across the ocean. Everywhere you look, you see detestation and horrifying images. People are frozen in the water, dead. Children, mothers, fathers, friends and families, hanging on to whatever they could find such as a door, a plank anything to keep them above the water. I cannot describe what I am
4: April 13, 1912 | feeling right now. Unfortunately we did not have enough time to save everyone but the people we did save are grateful and we are providing food and dry clothing for them. I wonder how the "unsinkable ship" had such a horrible ship wreck. I assume people did not take prepare themselves the the worst outcome.
5: The Titanic
6: The Carpathia
7: The Carpathia