The Titanic Attempt – The True Background of the renown Ship Catastrophe

Exactly 100 years ago, on the 15. of April in 1912, the luxury liner Titanic sank on it's crossing to New York in the Northern Atlantic – allegedly after a collision with an iceberg.
For 100 years the death of 1500 people has been illustrated as a tragical disaster and an unique chain-linking of disastrous circumstances.
But is this the truth?
Within his meticulous researches of the Titanic-catastrophe, author of bestsellers Gerhard Wisnewski came across fascinating settings and relations which only allow one conclusion: The sinking of the Titanic wasn't an accident but an assassination.

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