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Most of the crew came from Southampton; 549 Sotonians died in the sinking. In 1919, soldiers returning from World War I mutinied in the port.
The Maritime museum in the old Wool House included an exhibition related to the vessel but this has since been moved and incorporated into Sea City Museum. In 1920, Bitterne Parish Council and Itchen Urban District Council, which collectively covered the districts of Bitterne, Bitterne Manor, Bitterne Park, Woolston, Peartree Green, Sholing and Weston, were incorporated into the borough of Southampton.
The drawing room features a brick built open fireplace and a double aspect, with windows overlooking the attractive front and rear gardens.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of painted Shaker style units, built-in appliances, including a dishwasher, and a range-style cooker together with a mellow exposed brick wall.
In 1894, under the Local Government Act 1894, the part of South Stoneham, within the borough, became the parish of Portswood, in 1895 the parish of Shirley was added. The Simnel Street and West Quay Improvement plan subsequently cleared the area of slums, created new streets and a lodging house in St Michaels Square; it was called St Michaels House and opened in 1899.
The painter John Everett Millais was born in the city in 1829.
Southampton Solent University's art gallery is named Millais Gallery in his honour.
Its history has been affected by its geographical location, on a major estuary on the English Channel coast with an unusual double high-tide, and by its proximity to Winchester and London; the ancient and modern capitals of England.
Southampton became an important port in medieval times, experiencing several hundred years of fluctuating fortunes until it was expanded by the Victorians.
The Anglo-Saxons moved the centre of the town across the River Itchen to what is now the St Mary's area.