Grieving families are pictured enjoying a holiday on board the stricken liner the Titanic at the Royal Victoria, in London, in November 1912.
It is the first time that Titanic survivor and Titanic survivor family friend Peter Beggs has been able to visit the ship since her final days on the water.
But it is the pictures of the family members, who were aboard the ship, that are said to be the most upsetting.
He is now suing the ship’s owners, the Royal Australian and New Zealand Navy (RANZN) for £100m ($140m).
The ship, which sank in the Atlantic off Newfoundland, was built in 1883, when the country was still part of Britain.
The Titanic’s sister ship, the Victoria, was also built in the same year.
The Victoria’s maiden voyage in November 1914 set the world’s record for the fastest ship to reach the speed of sound.
Her captain was Sir Edward Smith.
The Royal Australian Navy took control of the vessel in 1921.
The vessel sank on December 14, 1912, killing 2,700 people.
The wreck was found more than two years later in the depths of the Atlantic.
The bodies of all 798 crew members and crewmen were recovered from the wreck, along with 1,943 of the 2,746 passengers.
The ship was towed to Australia, where it was auctioned off in 1982 for more than $10m.
A few months later, the ship was sold to the US for $10.5m.
Begg was among those aboard the Titanic, which was built by the British shipbuilding company Hull and designed by Edward Parsons.
The photos show a family enjoying the sights of a seaside beach.
“It is sad that it has come to this,” Begg said in a statement.
“The Titanic family has suffered for years because of the tragic loss of the ship. “
The pictures have been taken by family members for decades and show a real emotional reaction to this tragedy.” “
The Titanic family has suffered for years because of the tragic loss of the ship.
The pictures have been taken by family members for decades and show a real emotional reaction to this tragedy.”
The Titanic sank during the sinking.
BeGG’s lawyers said that the pictures were “grossly offensive” and would be “an insult to the family of those who perished”.
The family of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl who was on board in the summer of 1912, are also suing the Titanic owners.
Their lawyer, John Withers, said that they were “very disappointed” with the sale.
The images are said by the family to be taken by Mr Wither’s daughter, Annabelle Wither, who was in the front row of the passenger section.
“This is an absolute insult to Anne Frank’s memory,” Mr Wethers said.
“These images were taken on a personal holiday.
Begg’s lawyers have told BBC News that the photographs are “gross” and “humiliating”. “
There was no way the family would have been able see these photos.”
Begg’s lawyers have told BBC News that the photographs are “gross” and “humiliating”.
The Titanic and the Titanic Family Trust have previously said that there was no suggestion the images had been altered.
The families said that “some of the images are graphic and violent”.
They added that the ship “never had a chance” in the sea.
The photographs are said not to show any crewmen.
A number of survivors of the disaster have come forward to claim they were aboard Titanic during the disaster.
In February 2019, British businessman James Cook, a survivor of the catastrophe, said he had “an incredible feeling” about the photographs.
“I think they are just a disgrace.
I think they’re disgraceful,” he said.
He said that some of the men were “so shocked and devastated” by what happened to them that they wanted to take revenge.
But Mr Cook said he “did not want to go on”.
The photographs of the families’ pictures on the Titanic are said on the website of the Trust, which is run by the Royal Family.
“In recent years the Trust has been making significant progress in raising awareness of the true nature of the events of 1912 and to help those families who have suffered so greatly in the years since,” the website reads.
“We have also developed the Titanic Picture Collection which is a collection of over 20,000 images and photographs from the Titanic family.”
A Royal Victorian Maritime Museum spokesman said: “This collection is an important part of the museum’s ongoing efforts to promote the memory of the many victims of the tragedy.”