Lord French - Titanic Memorial 1920

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  • The statue being unveiled here is the Titanic Memorial in Belfast.

    The unveiling took place on 26 June 1920.

    The statue was relocated in 1959, and now stands about 30 yards away, in the grounds of Belfast City Hall.

    jamied 18th Apr 2012
  • Great - thanks. Have you seen our Titanic gallery? http://www.britishpathe.com/gallery/titanic-history-images

    British Pathé 14th May 2012

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