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From what i have read, none of the Titanics hull compartments were water tight and as "one" filled up, it spilled over into the next one and so on until it became too much for the ship to handle...
Originally posted by woogleuk
The very design of the Titanic takes away any possibility of this being a torpedo strike. The way the compartments were layed out would have meant that a torpedo strike, had it penetrated even 2-3 of the compartments, it would have stayed afloat.
No conspiracy here people, move along home now.
Originally posted by blocula
Another thing,every countries "true level" of its technology is always kept secret and is not made common knowledge,just like the USA right now,we do not know the true extent of the USA's present military technology and so in 1912,Germanys actual level and extent of submarine knowledge would have remained secret...
Yes i have,from a WW-2 era torpedo,not a WW-1 torpedo,although they are probably similar...
Originally posted by Montana
reply to post by blocula
Have you ever seen video or photos of a torpedo strike? There would be NO confusion from the survivors if it had been a torpedo!