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3 Of The 12 Dogs Aboard The Titanic Survived

3 Of The 12 Dogs Aboard The Titanic Survived

When the Titanic went down on April 15, 1912, it claimed more than just human lives. There were a dozen dogs aboard the fateful ship. Of those 12 canines, three survived. But how was there room for dogs on the life boats when there wasn't even enough room for the human passengers? Watch the video below for the fascinating story.

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The Dogs Aboard The Titanic

There were 12 dogs onboard, and three survived.

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The Sinking Titanic Led To Women's Suffrage

Molly Brown was an active member of the suffrage league, leader of the movement in Colorado, and a Titanic survivor.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. The American Women's Suffrage Association had successfully ratified women's voting in Idaho, Colorado, California, and Utah by 1911. 00:51

  2. The Suffrage Association headquarters were in New York City. 01:14

  3. Molly Brown was an active member of the suffrage league, leader of the movement in Colorado, and a Titanic survivor. 01:22

The Titanic Survivor, Violet Jessop

She survived the disasters of the Titanic and its two sister ships, the Olympic and Britannic.

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  1. Violet Jessop survived the disasters of the Titanic and its two sister ships, the Olympic and Britannic. 00:06

  2. Violet Jessop survived the Titanic on a lifeboat with a stranger's baby. 01:45

  3. Violet Jessop suffered a skull fracture after jumping overboard the Britannic. 02:45

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