A picture of Titanic’s food menu from 112 years ago is going viral

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  • Titanic sank to the bottom of the ocean 112 years ago today
  • A blockbuster film was also made in Hollywood on the sinking of Titanic.
  • Now Titanic’s menu is going viral on social media

Titanic sank on this day 112 years ago. But even in the 21st century, there is no dearth of people interested in this ship. This has been proved again on a social media post.

A popular account on social media called Fascinating has shared the menu of Titanic. Images of menu cards issued to Titanic’s first and third class passengers have been shared. The date April 14, 1912 is marked on the menus of both classes. Sharing both these menus, the caption has been given, ‘Titanic First Class vs Third Class Menu April 14, 1912, a day before the sinking of the Titanic.

what’s on the menu?

The menu for first class passengers on the Titanic included chicken, corned beef, vegetables, and fritters. Also available are grilled mutton, ham pie, sausages, cheeses and cheeses. There are also many options for fruits and green vegetables. The menu for third class passengers has options such as porridge and milk, potatoes, ham and eggs, bread, butter, jam, tea and coffee. This post is going viral rapidly. This post is going viral rapidly. Till the time of writing this news, it has received 1.2 million views. It has been liked more than 8 thousand times.

A large number of people are commenting

One user commented on the post, ‘I like the third class menu.’ Another user wrote, ‘It can be seen that for third class passengers, there is only porridge for dinner. This may not be enough food for them.’ Another user wrote, ‘Maybe there was no masala for third class.’

The Titanic struck an iceberg on the night of April 14, 1912, and sank in the cold waters of the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912. 1500 passengers died in this accident. The accident that happened with Titanic attracted the attention of the whole world. This prompted major changes in maritime safety regulations.

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