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    Many people believe the Titanic was sunk by an iceberg, however; the iceberg was really only part of the problem. Ignorance is the other reason for the sinking of the Titanic. The Titanic had enough lifeboats for over 50% of people to get off the Titanic, but due to confusion and unpreparedness most lifeboats were not even filled to maximum capacity. Yet, that was not the only reason for the loss of life. Many deaths were those of the third class, mostly immigrants, while those of the first class had been on lifeboats before the third class had even woke. The Titanic was a mighty ship, however, due to an abundance of ignorance and icebergs it was brought down. Many people believe the Titanic was brought down by an iceberg while this is true…

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    voyaging on Titanic became overwhelmed with anguish and terror. As stated on Titanicandco, a website dedicated to investigate the disaster of Titanic, on the night of Sunday April 14, 1912, Titanic was traveling at 22.5 knots. A lookout guard was unexpectedly alarmed by an iceberg that was right ahead, he then telephoned the warning, but the warning was too…

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    Around 11:40 P.M on April 14, 1912 the Titanic, on its first voyage on water, hit what seemed to be a little iceberg; however, it was not little. After the ship hit the iceberg, Captain E. J. Smith ordered all of the lifeboats to be uncovered and to send wireless messages for help. Water was coming in through the gash the iceberg made on the bottom starboard, or the right side of the ship. The upper class did not pay any attention to the hit. However, the lower classes felt the impact of the…

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    joseph Bruce Ismay was an English businessman who served as chairman and managing director of the White Star Line. Joseph Bruce Ismay was born at Crosby, near Liverpool on 12 December 1862. tanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean by an iceberg on 15 April 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from to New York City. made by Harland and Wolff Technical RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the…

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    All of the passengers would’ve safely made it to their families in America and started a brand new life. As for the boat’s safety rules and regulations I doubt they would change because now all the passengers that survived believed that the titanic is indestructible. So along the years they would build more, but there’s a problem, those ships were huge and they moved at a progressive rate and they’re turning were too wide ranged. Now if you put it this way, there was 4 Titanic’s crossing each…

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    speed through a known ice field “For some, the fact that the Titanic was sailing full speed ahead despite concerns about icebergs was Smith's biggest misstep.” (NBC News) As a result of this, when the Titanic realized there was an iceberg, it was too tardy for them to turn and bypass it; consequently killing over a thousand people. The Titanic received multiple warning about icebergs, but the last one might not have reached the captain. “The last and most specific warning was not passed…

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    They melt when they float away from freezing waters to warmer waters under a hot sun. Some icebergs look like giant wedding cakes, while others look like shining white castles. When they catch the red and gold colors of the sunset, they all look like giant flames. Image source: google.com But these same beautiful icebergs are very dangerous when they float, big and silent, into the path of a ship. Many ships used to be wrecked because they hit an iceberg floating in the ocean. Today this…

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    Who’s fault was it that the Titanic sank? “Large patches of ice and many Icebergs.” says a warning from the radio of the Caronia. There were many of these warnings. Some were ignored and some not taken seriously. I find the radio workers and the lookouts guilty of the sinking of the Titanic. But why was if their fault? Here is why these people’s actions caused the sinking of the Titanic. The radio workers, almost as soon as the ship left for sea, were getting warnings of floating ice and…

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    The appalling maritime disaster of the twentieth century, the sinking of Titanic is remembered for the failure of an engineering marvel equipped with technological advances that were, at the time, deemed it “practically unsinkable.”(Delgado, n.d.) On April 10, 1912 from Southampton, England to New York city, largest ship destined on her maiden voyage. The most luxurious and with latest technology of her time, cruise liner set sail for the United States with the pleased passengers all aboard. The…

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    This message has been coming from other ships and people have been sending the message on telegraphs. At 9:30 p.m., the ship Mesaba warned the Titanic of what lays in its path. They did not reduce the speed of the titanic or they didn't put people on watch. Then at 11:35 p.m. on April 14th, Frederick Fleet spotted the iceberg directly in the ship's path, by then it was too late. The Sinking Begins Less than a minute later, the Titanic scraped against the iceberg. At first, the impact…

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