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The Incredibly Lucky Woman Who Survived Three Shipwrecks: The Titanic, the Britannic, and the Olympic!

Violet Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and nurse who is known for surviving the disastrous sinkings of both the RMS Titanic and her sister ship, the HMHS Britannic, in 1912 and 1916 respectively. In addition, she had been on board the RMS Olympic, the third sister ship, when it collided with a British warship in 1911. Violet Jessop in her Voluntary Aid Detachment uniform while assigned to HMHS Britannic.
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