The Titanic Radio Officers did great honour to their profession

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    The Titanic Radio Officers did great honor to their profession.

    In charge was 25-year-old John (Jack) G. Phillips (left), with 21-year-old Harold Bride (right) as the deputy or second R/O.

    In the 36 hours between leaving Southampton and the collision, the Titanic’s R/O’s received and sent 250 passenger telegrams.

    Here is the actual radio room (not a scene from Jame’s Cameron’s movie). This was the state-of-the-art equipment as it departed April 10, 1912…

     

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