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Last dinner on the Titanic: what passengers really ate

Lovefood Logo By loveFOOD Staff of Lovefood | Slide 1 of 33: It may have been 108 years since the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg on her maiden voyage, but the story of the luxurious yet doomed ship still has the capacity to captivate. More than 1,500 died on 14 April 1912 and it remains one of the most tragic maritime disasters of all time. Here we look at what life – and food – was like onboard the most famous liner in history.

Menus from the most fateful voyage in history

It may have been 108 years since the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg on her maiden voyage, but the story of the luxurious yet doomed ship still has the capacity to captivate. More than 1,500 died on 14 April 1912 and it remains one of the most tragic maritime disasters of all time. Here we look at what life – and food – was like onboard the most famous liner in history.
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