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Om bogen The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility (Desværre er årstallet for udgivelsen udeladt, men det må være underforstået, at det er før Titanics "rigtige" forlis. Læst andetsteds: "was written in the 1890's."):

"The story follows the fictional ocean liner Titan, which ultimately hits an iceberg in the North Atlantic and sinks. And the name and circumstances of the plot aren't the only details that fit the real-life disaster — the History of the Net breaks down a number of striking connections between the real-life and fictional ships.

Like the Titanic, the Titan was described as the largest ship afloat at the time. In fact, the sizes and lengths of the ships are quite close, as well as the speed at which they crash into the iceberg. Both liners have a dangerous shortage of lifeboats. In the story, the Titan was both dubbed "unsinkable," and proceeded to sink on a cold April night.

The Titan's sinking resulted in the deaths of all 2,500 people on board, save 13. Over 1,500 people died on the Titanic, while 705 survivors made it out."

Titanic's sinking was eerily predicted by two books - Business Insider

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