On April 15th, 1912, 2400 people went to sleep on not just a ship, but a vessel of freedom and dreams. A place that brought upon awe, hope and happiness. They would soon wake to the sound of alarms and shouts and be rushed from their rooms, ordered to put their life belts on. Despite the boats that could have carried only half of the people away, less than 700 people saw the light of day the next morning. Rest in peace, thy 1700 souls that are still in our hearts exactly one century later.