On this day in history the Titanic was discovered, September 1, 1985

Today in History For September 1st

On this day in history in 1985, the remains of the RMS Titanic were discovered. The Shipwreck, that sank in 1912, was discovered 400 miles east of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Other Events on September 1:
1939: Germany invaded Poland during WWII.
1972: American Bobby Fischer wins the International Chess crown.
1983: The Soviet Union shot down a Korean Air flight during the Cold War.
2007: Sean Penn's film "Into the Wild" premieres.
2013: Electric Zoo was cancelled in New York because of deaths of attendees due to MDMA.

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