Monthly Archives: April 2012

The most prominent victim of the Titanic disaster

W.T. Stead was one of the most controversial people of the Victorian age. He was a leading participant in the history of nineteenth century England. He knew George Bernard Shaw, was an outspoken Spiritualist and was a supporter of women’s … Continue reading

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