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Titanic menu reveals ritzy cuisine planned for fateful cruise

This ship was certainly king of the world when it came to cuisine. The Titanic, which sank 107 years ago this month, was more than four city blocks long, as tall as an 11-story building and as grand as a luxury hotel — especially when it came to dini… Continue reading

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Book claims to have uncovered the real story of Hitler’s death

In August 1946, a Maryland man went to his usual lunch spot for a bite to eat. Finding the diner full, he asked a man sitting alone if he could share his table. Continue reading

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