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Vaghinak Byurat was one of the brightest representatives among the very educated people of Constantinople at that time and was planning a business trip to America, where he had to take a large batch of books. It’s thought that he bought his tickets for the Titanic and that he was one of its passengers. And he survived.

Shahen Khachtryan knew Vaghinak, and interviewed him in person. He later wrote about the story of what happened on the ship. Byurat lived a long life and often talked about the sinking of the Titanic. The most interesting thing was that he never mentioned an iceberg. Instead Byurat would always talk about an explosion that led to the sinking of the ship.

He would probably have been blown off if other survivors hadn’t also stepped up and talked about explosions too.

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