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This story chronicles Thomas Andrews Jr, Officer William Murdoch, Officer Henry Wilde, Officer Harold Lowe, Officer Charles Lightoller, Captain Edward Smith, Bruce Ismay, Jack Dawson, Rose DeWitt Bukater, Caledon Hockley and EJ Lovejoy - the eleven who survived the Titanic sinking and who suffer through tumultuous, tragic challenges afterward.

April 16, 1912

Thomas Andrews Jr, Officer William Murdoch, Officer Henry Wilde, Officer Harold Lowe, Officer Charles Lightoller, Captain Edward Smith, Bruce Ismay, Jack Dawson, Rose DeWitt Bukater, Caledon Hockley and EJ Lovejoy. Those were the eleven that survived the Titanic sinking. They had been labeled them the "lucky eleven", however they felt anything but lucky. As the eleven got off of the Carpathia in New York and traveled with Carpathia officers behind them, past the huge crowd of onlookers, they - the eleven knew their lives would never be the same after Titanic's sinking, they knew there would always be feelings - deep felt feelings of hurt, remorse, guilt, sadness, regret, anger and much more that would all be felt because of the sinking of what they felt was the grandest ship in the world...They were about to experience the emotional pain and the aftermath of the RMS Titanic sinking.,...

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