Joseph Phillipe Lemercier Laroche, a Haitian-born, French-trained engineer and a close relative of the president of Haiti, is believed to have been the only Black passenger in the Titanic. He died during the ship’s sinking, while his pregnant wife, Juliette, and his two daughters, Simonne and Louise, survived and returned to France, the country he was trying to leave to look for better professional opportunities in his native Haiti.
Les tombes d'une femme catholique et de son mari protestant (Pays-Bas, 1888) - 29 photos marquantes - Image
Portrait of the queen Marie-Antoinette « à la Rose », by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun, XVIIIe siècle #France #Versailles
On croit toujours que nos arrière-grands-parents ne rigolaient pas.... Ou qu'ils ne savaient pas faire l' amour, etc, etc...
Portrait de la comtesse Du Barry en Flore, 1769 by François-Hubert Drouais (1727-1775) #France #Versailles
What was on the Titanic menu ? i dont know, but charles joughin does!
Awakening from Keto-acidosis: ”The scientists went to a hospital ward with diabetic children, comatose and dying from diabetic keto-acidosis. This is known as one of medicine’s most incredible moments. The scientists went from bed-to-bed and injected the children with the purified extract - insulin. As they injected the last comatose child, the first child injected began to awaken. One by one, all the children awoke from their diabetic comas. A room of death became a place of joy and hope.”