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At the time, the RMS Titanic was the world's largest ship. On 14 April 1912, during its maiden voyage, she collided with an iceberg, buckling a part of the hull and mortally wounding the ship. In total, only 31.8% of the ship's 2,228 passengers and crew survived, leaving 1,523 dead. This disaster was the catalyst for major reforms in safety for the shipping industry and is unarguably the most famous maritime disaster of all time, being the subject of countless media portrayals.

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