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Q 9 December 12, 2008

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Put Fundaez about this drawing.

Put Fundaez

Put Fundaez

Ans.: Drawing of RMS Titanic’s captain and radio operator, titled “The S.O.S”. During the sinking of RMS Titanic in 1912, its radio operator Jack Phillips initially sent “CQD”, still commonly used by British ships. Harold Bride, the junior radio operator, jokingly suggested the new code “SOS” be used, thinking it might be the only time he would get to use it; Phillips began to alternate.

Correct Message sent in by Dhananjay Shettigar, Shrey Goyal, Anubhav Chatterjee, Varun Shenoy, Karthik Venkat, Navin Giles & Pradeep (Conga)

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1. Dhananjay - December 12, 2008

The bearded guy looks like the Titanic captain. Maybe, this is some drawing of him and the radio operator.

2. Shrey Goyal - December 12, 2008

1912 drawing of RMS Titanic’s captain watching while a radio operator telegraphs Morse code, allegedly the first use of the SOS signal. It’s titled “The SOS”

3. Anubhav Chatterjee - December 12, 2008

The funda is that the captain is asking the radio operator to send SOS as the ship has met with an accident.the ship is titanic.

4. Varun - December 12, 2008

SOS! the first one

5. karthik - December 12, 2008

S.O.S – Captain of RMS Titanic and his Radio Operator sending out the distress signal

6. Naveen Giles - December 12, 2008

Titanic?

7. Conga - December 12, 2008

Looks like Captain Smith from the Titanic..

probably sending out the SOS ….


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