Titanic: The Final Chapter
Take a deeper look at how a Michigan senator proved negligence in history's most renowned naval catastrophe

Within days of the unexpected foundering of the RMS Titanic on April 15, 1912, a senate investigation into the disaster was launched by Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan.  Titanic: The Final Chapter recounts the little known story of how a small-town politician from Grand Rapids challenged Titanic’s owner, millionaire business tycoon JP Morgan, and his conglomerate, the International Mercantile Marine, to prove negligence in the mighty ship’s catastrophic demise.

Bearing all of the earmarks of a twentieth century David and Goliath, this unique documentary provides a rare glimpse into the events that sealed Titanic’s horrific fate and how they forever changed the course of maritime law.

Run Time – 25 minutes
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