October 2003
Weekly Reader News - Senior;10/10/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p4
Reports on the further destruction of the ship Titanic. Date of the sinking of the ship; Year of the discovery of the shipwreck; Reasons for the deterioration of the shipwreck; Statement made by Edward Kamuda, president of the Titanic Historical Society, regarding the issue; Request of some of the survivors of the shipwreck.


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