Converted to a hospital ship during WWI, Britannic
struck a mine and sank in the Kea Channel off Cape Sounion, the southern most tip of the Attica Peninsula of mainland Greece, November 21, 1916.
c, the sister ship d th Ol i The Britannic
, the sister ship to the Titanic and the Olympic, was launched in 1914 and became a hospital ship.
is often unjustly overlooked in comparison to her elder siblings, writes maritime historian Simon Mills, authoS r of a new book, The Unseen Britannic
- The Ship In Rare Illustrations (History Press, PS20).
The former Great Wyrley High School pupil had been commissioned by National Geographic to survey unseen parts of the Britannic
Hostilities commence next Tuesday when Birmingham solicitors Challinors meet tournament newcomers The Mainstay Group, at Britannic
Mr Spencer, of Cannock, Staffs, was filming Britannic
, which sunk in 1916 off the island of Kea, for National Geographic.
The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and the Britannic
, owned by the White Star Line and built by Harland and Wolff at Belfast.
They were with United Friendly and Britannic
, which dates back to 1866, has refocused itself around two core businesses, asset management and assured services - which offer closed life funds in run-off, pension fund services and unit trust products - following a profits warning in 2003 and a business shake-up.
THE sinking of the Titanic has become one of the most talked about disasters in history, but few people know that one woman who survived the sinking also survived disasters on the Titanic's two sister ships, Olympic and Britannic
FINANCE group Britannic
have announced plans to bring back annual bonuses for most of their with-profits policyholders.
Jean, 57, a caretaker, could not find the relevant documents so sent off her mum's birth, marriage and death certificates to Britannic