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For 100 years the truth about what happened when the RMS Titanic radioed for help on the night of the 14th April 1912 has been believed lost. Now for the first time after some secret research at the Marconi archives, the original wireless log books of the RMS Titanic and her sister ship RMS Olympic, the White Star liner RMS Baltic and the Cunard ship RMS Carpathia have been found. They reveal there was a cover up by Marconi and an attempt to 'straighten' the record to show how heroic everyone was on that night.

Some of this has been known before but was long dismissed as 'anti-Marconi propaganda'. On that day the RMS Titanic had been sending out and receiving private messages for the passengers. In amongst all the verbiage, some ships had been sending ice warnings but the Titanic's wireless operators wanted to finish off sending out the private traffic before midnight. The transcripts start with the Titanic talking to Cape Race, the wireless station in Newfoundland. All messages timed as recorded on the Titanic. (Full script...)

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