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Mr. Henry Tingle Wilde

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Mr. Thomas Andrews Jr

Thomas Andrews Jr was part of the Harland and Wolff Guarantee Group and boarded the magnificent ship in Belfast. Thomas Andrews was the Chief Naval Architect of RMS Titanic and Managing Director of the Design Department at Harland and Wolff, Belfast. Aware of the substantial damage and limited time until the shop would sink, Andrews searched staterooms instructing passengers to put on lifebelts and go to the deck, desperately urging passengers into lifeboats to fill as many as possible. Andrews was later seen frantically throwing deck chairs into the water acheter viagra to aide drowning passengers. Tragically, Andrews having sailed with the ship on its ill-fated maiden transatlantic voyage also lost his life on it. He was last seen staring at the 'Plymouth Harbour' painting above the fireplace in the first class smoking room. The heroic designer's body was never recovered.

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Captain Edward John Smith

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