RMS Lusitania

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  • Essay On Iceman

    The Tragic Demise of the Iceman Ötzi the iceman existed in Neolithic times more than 5,000 years ago, on the Italian side of the Tisenjoch mountain. That same mountain would later be, unbeknownst to him, the scene of his tragic death. The unbelievable way that the iceman’s body was preserved by the mountain’s cold temperatures after his death has led to incredible scientific discoveries about the time period. Intense research has been conducted on the body to find out details on the life of a…

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  • The Titanic: The Sinking Of The Titanic

    The sinking of the Titanic was a tragic event. Everyone was devastated because of the most advanced ship of the time sunk, About the Titanic, the sinking, and about the survivors are in the following paragraphs. The Titanic was a tragic event that isn’t uncovered all the way yet. (history.com) If you have ever wondered about the Titanic you won’t have to anymore. The Titanic was 269.1 meters long making it the largest ship of its time. It had cost $7500000 to build it. It carried 2223 people…

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  • Why Do We Sink The Titanic

    The Titanic, a huge cruise ship built by man. The Titanic was believed to be indestructible and unsinkable. They said not even God can sink the Titanic; the name says it all. This ship was very luxurious and the largest of all ships. It was set for voyage April 10, 1912 after being built for three years. This Luxurious Giant was filled with many of the world’s wealthiest and famous people setting sail across the North Atlantic all the way to New York (Well, at least that was their intention).…

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  • What Are The Similarities Between The Titanic And The Britannic

    The Titanic was not the only ship in her line, in fact, there were two other ships that were dreamed up as well by Harland and Wolff. The fantasy behind the Olympic-Class line was to not have the fastest sailing ship, but to build a large ship that had amenities that would be luxurious to its passengers. The three sister ships --in order of when they were built-- were the Olympic, the Titanic and the Britannic. Even though the construction of the Olympic started almost a full year before the…

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  • The Titanic: The Unsinkable Ship

    Here's a story about a young lady by the name of Leila Meyer (Leila Saks) who believe it or not, was a survivor of the Titanic. This story is true, and Leila was on the Titanic at the time of the crash. She had experienced it all. Leila Meyer was just as excited as everyone else to board the Titanic. As you may know, that was the Titanic's maiden voyage (First trip or journey) at sea. The Titanic was nicknamed the "Unsinkable Ship", which is sad because of how it had crashed during its first…

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  • Titanic Unsinkable Essay

    Line had multiple rivals who tried to beat them by building a ship that is better and faster. The only thing White Star Line could do was prove their company was worthy of ship building. They made the Titanic which derived from Greek meaning gigantic. RMS Titanic was completed in in the beginning of April and it was the most exotic boat anyone could lay their eyes on. The Titanic was like one of the seven wonders of the world until the massive boat hit an iceberg and the unsinkable boat became…

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  • Puura Vida Princess Case Report

    This is a viewpoint about the capsizing of Pura Vida Princess, a 100 foot catamaran vessel, which sank near the coast of Punta Leona. The vessel is owned by Global Crust Firm S.A. According to the report of an online news site, The Tico Times, the ship left Herradura Bay on 8th of January and on its way across the Gulf of Nicoya. During the departure, the sea was calm but within 30 minutes after, at about 2040H, the ship had called for a distress call but it rapidly sank due to strong winds and…

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  • Titanic Accident Research Paper

    Accidents happen, yes. But it keeps re-occuring over the last decades or so. Also the cause of accidents are very similar to each other, mainly due to systematic failures, human errors and such. How come we still fail to learn from the causes to prevent it form happenening again? There are a lot of reasearch that shows how human errors and systematic failures cause accidents. Over the last 40 years or so, the shipping industry has focused on improving ship structures, reliability and safety of…

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  • How To Write A Titanic Essay

    I have boarded the RMS Titanic. To say I am content would be a lie; this ship is far too big for my comfort. Claims of it being ‘unsinkable’ are unsettling. Those who believe a ship is unsinkable must be too full of themselves to realize that no ship is truly impenetrable, but I had little say in becoming a passenger. My mother and brother insisted on having me accompany them to America, so I must travel on this massive ship. My brother took me along to explore the interior. There are many…

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  • The Mignomette Case Study

    Law assignment Facts: FActs: On the vessel “The Mignomette” there were 4 people: Captain Tom Dudley, Brooks (sailor), Stephens (sailor), 17-year old Richard Parker. “The Mignomette” sank during a storm at sea. Issues to consider Were the parties involved in this incident unable to make rational decisions due to their dire conditions? Should they have waited until one of the men died first, before eating their remains. As opposed to killing the seventeen year old boy? Is the…

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