How Many Survivors Were There on the Titanic?

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A total of 706 people survived in the Titanic tragedy, out of a total of 2,223 passengers and crew aboard. The total loss of life was 1517 persons. The ship set sail on April 10, 1912 under the command of Captain Edward Smith, before its sinking.
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