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Titanic

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The part played by wireless in the story of the ill-fated ship and the subsequent influence on developments of the technology and the Company are well worth their own entry.

 

 

 

"THE ELECTRICIAN" — MARINE ISSUE
June 10, 1910


BY W. W. BRADFIELD.
(Of Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.)

 

The above is a very comprehensive description with annotations by the website's author accessible here 

 

 

The authoritative version of events is contained in this presentation by Michael Hughes from the Bodleian Library in a talk about the final wireless communications from the Titanic

 

 

The National Maritime Museum has extensive collections

 

Possibly of more general interest is this version - this amateur radio site has a wide collection of stories.

 

There have been several films including one about the Marconi operators

 

In a recent exhibition held in the Hall Street factory an interesting reconstruction of the wireless room was featured. 

 

The Marconi installation

 

Titanic Universe - this entry about one of the Marconi operators 

 

Wikipedia entry - a general article with a passing reference

 

Magazine article

 

An odd item

 

Short video of survivors in New York - including clip of Marconi

 

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