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10 Incredible Historical Facts That Are Difficult to Believe But Are Actually True.

1.The Parliament of Iceland is the oldest still operational parliament in the world.2.The Arabic numerals were actually discovered by Indian mathematicians 3.The first bomb that fell on Berlin from the Allies in WWII killed the one and only elephant of the Berlin zoo.

  1 year ago ago
10 Incredible Historical Facts That Are Difficult to Believe But Are Actually True.

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The luckiest woman that ever lived, survived titanic, Britannica and Rms shipwrecks.. Violet jesssop

Luck is always a word most human attribute good occurrence in life to, but some events the odds of been lucky are quite slim, but that's not the case of one woman Mrs violet jesssop as she seem to have a bond with the spirit of luck. Violet Jessop was an was an Irish Argentine ocean liner stewardess and nurse who is known for surviving the disastrous sinkings of both RMS Titanic and her sister ship, HMHS Britannic, in 1912 and 1916, respectively. In addition, she had been on board RMS Olympic, the

  2 years ago ago
The luckiest woman that ever lived, survived titanic, Britannica and Rms shipwrecks.. Violet jesssop

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Cheetahs can't roar.They can only Meow just like cats probably because they belong to the same family as cats.A woman named Violet Jessop was tagged as the UNSINKABLE WOMAN because she survived both the sinking of the popular Titanic and the sinking of it's sister ship Britannic.

  1 year ago ago
Interesting fun facts you need to know

OTHERS-NATURAL-DISASTER

Meet Violet Jessop: The Unsinkable Woman Who Survived Titanic and Britannic Ship Disasters

The story of Titanic, the "Unsinkable" ship that sank on its maiden voyage on April 14, 1912 is no longer a new thing to us. But one thing we may not have heard or seen in some of the movies that tried to portray the story of Titanic is the story of Violet Constance Jessop. Miss Unsinkable as she was fondly called was one of the over 800 crew members of the RMS Titanic that sank about 400 miles to the coast of Newdoundland. Jessop was a stewardess in Titanic and served to support non English speaking passengers

  2 years ago ago
Meet Violet Jessop: The Unsinkable Woman Who Survived Titanic and Britannic Ship Disasters

HEALTH

The Controversial Nurse Who Survived Three Shipwrecks (including the Titanic), And How She Survived.

In 1914, the world was taken aback by the news of the unfortunate Titanic, which was swallowed by the North Atlantic ocean. Along the with Titanic, the ship manufacturing company designed two other ships; the Britannic and the Olympic. All three sister ships were crafted for a voyage around the world. A nurse was aboard all three ships when they had accidents, and she survived all. Did her medical experience play a role in her survival? Let's find out.                                                          

  2 years ago ago
The Controversial Nurse Who Survived Three Shipwrecks (including the Titanic), And How She Survived.

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She saw three ships sink(and live)

Twenty years ago this month, millions of filmgoers packed movie theaters to watch Titanic, the heartbreaking, realistically-rendered telling of the sinking of the famous ocean liner of the same name in 1912. Here’s the little-known — and very harrowing — tale of a Titanic survivor. TUBERCULOSIS Socialite and activist Molly Brown became known as “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” for her most famous fear: being onboard the Titanic when it crashed into an iceberg. But she only survived one horrific

  2 years ago ago
She saw three ships sink(and live)

HEALTH

Meet The Woman Who Survived The Titanic, Olympic And Britannic's Ship Wreck.

Violet Jessop, born on 2nd October 1887 in Argentina to Irish immigrants, was a wonderful woman who just got so much luck that she needed. She's the woman known through out the world as "miss unsikable" because she survived through wrecks of 3 sister ships. At first, she contracted tuberculosis as a young child and was given just a few months to live. Somehow, she managed to fight the disease and went on to live a long, healthy life. The first in a long line of struggles for Violet was finding a ship that w

  2 years ago ago
Meet The Woman Who Survived The Titanic, Olympic And Britannic's Ship Wreck.

ACCIDENT

Violet "Miss Unsinkable" Jessop - The Nurse Who Survived Titanic and Two Other Ships

The moment Violet Jessop was born, it was clear that she is a survivor. Out of nine children by her parents, only six survive infancy, with Violet being the first. At a young age, Violet was diagnosed with Tuberculosis and even though the Doctor proclaimed that she might not survive, she survived it. In 1911, she began working as a stewardess for the White Star vessel RMS Olympic, Olympic was a luxury ship, the largest civilian liner at the time. On 20th September, 1911 the Olympic left it's port in Southampton

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CULTURE

10 Incredible Historical Facts That Are Difficult to Believe But Are Actually True.

1.The Parliament of Iceland is the oldest still operational parliament in the world.It has been in existence since 930.2.The Arabic numerals were actually discovered by Indian mathematicians 3.The first bomb that fell on Berlin from the Allies in WWII killed the one and only elephant of the Berlin zoo.

  1 year ago ago
10 Incredible Historical Facts That Are Difficult to Believe But Are Actually True.

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Meet Violet Jessop, The Nurse Who Survived The Sinking Of The Titanic And Its Two Sister Ships

Violet was born on 2 October 1887 in Argentina to Irish parents. From the moment Violet Jessop was born, it was clear that she was a survivor. Of her parents nine children, only six of them survived infancy, Violet being the first. When she was a child, she contracted tuberculosis and though doctors predicted her illness would be fatal, she survived it. After losing her father when she was only 16 years old, Violet moved to England with her family, where she started school. At the same time, she had to take

  1 year ago ago
Meet Violet Jessop, The Nurse Who Survived The Sinking Of The Titanic And Its Two Sister Ships

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Titanic Survivor Never Stopped Working On The Sea After Escaping Death

Violet was one of six surviving children born to the family of an Irish immigrant parents, out of a total of nine. The icy hand of death came for Jessop at an early age, inflicting her with a case of tuberculosis that was supposed to kill her, but fate had other plans. Other plans included being involved in the most famous ship disaster of all time. And also two more ship disasters. At the ripe age of 23, she became a stewardess with the famed White Star Line. In 1910, Violet Jessop got a job aboard the RMS

  2 years ago ago
Titanic Survivor Never Stopped Working On The Sea After Escaping Death