"One Chance in Three-" Editorial Drawing After Titanic Sinks in 1912

Air Date: 01/01/1912
Source:
Library of Congress
Creator:
Library of Congress
Air/Publish Date:
01/01/1912
Event Date:
1912
Resource Type:
Cartoon
Copyright:
n/a
Copyright Date:
-
Clip Length:
-

Pen and ink drawing, circa 1912, of hooded figure with book open to page titled “Passenger List,” near game table marked “One Chance in Three.”  Hand-written caption reads:  “Which?  Fate?  Or economy in life-boats?”  Thought to refer to the Titanic, which had only 20 lifeboats for more than 2,000 passengers; more than 1500 died when the Titanic sank. Source: Library of Congress

Pen and ink drawing, circa 1912, of hooded figure with book open to page titled “Passenger List,” near game table marked “One Chance in Three.”  Hand-written caption reads:  “Which?  Fate?  Or economy in life-boats?”  Thought to refer to the Titanic, which had only 20 lifeboats for more than 2,000 passengers; more than 1500 died when the Titanic sank. Source: Library of Congress

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