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    RMS Titanic “The length of the Titanic was 882 feet and 9 inches (that’s about 269 meter). The ship was 92 feet and 6 inches (28 meter) wide and 175 feet (53 meter) high” (RMS Titanic FAQ). The tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic, is a well known event that took place in history. To this day, the loss of numerous souls, have wandered the thoughts and prayers of many people worldwide. Did you know the RMS Titanic took three full years to build? In the early 1900s, White Star Line company designed this masterpiece in Belfast, UK. With the help of three thousand workers, they made a ship purposefully to transport mail, cargo, and passengers, as safe as possible. The construction wasn’t the easiest, in fact, “Record show injuries to nearly 250 workers,…

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    RMS Titanic holds the dubious honor of being the most famous shipwreck of all time. Enhanced by the fact that “TITANIC was the largest ship ever built at the time, 46,328 tons, 883 by 93 by 104 feet,9 decks…” (Rasor 48) the ship's sinking has lived on in the imaginations of people for generations after the disaster. On Sunday, April 14th, 1912 at 11:40 pm (Lord 3) RMS Titanic struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland carrying “a crew of about 892 hands all told, and about 1,316 passengers”…

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    The RMS titanic is the world’s first biggest ship in the world. It is a British ship that sink down to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The ship carried almost 4,000 passenger but it actually carried 3,547 passenger and crew is 2,223. The titanic is longest ship ever recorded, the length of it was eight thunder three it was constructed in March 31 1909 and built in Belfast in Northern Ireland. The designer of the RMS Titanic is Thomas Andrews the captain is Edward Smith he was born in January…

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    There are countless versions of the story on the Olympic- Class Ocean Liner; The RMS Titanic. The “RMS Titanic” is an article written by Hanson W. Baldwin in 1934, and A Night To Remember is a movie produced in 1958 by William MacQuitty. Both plots discuss and portray the dramatic events that happened on April 15, 1912. The world’s largest “lifeboat” (MacQuitty. W.) set sail on April 10, 1912 on its maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York. However, the voyage was abruptly halted when it…

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    The R.M.S. Titanic April 12, 1912 at 12:00 the so called “Unsinkable R.M.S Titanic” is now 12,500 feet down resting on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. There were 2,208 people boarding on the ship but only 706 people survived, that is only 706 people who actually came back to their beloved home. Who is actually responsible for her first and last voyage? Without a doubt Historians believe that one reason that the Titanic sank was because of human error. Historians on www.historians.net blame…

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    tragedy of the Titanic, nobody predicted the fate of the ship to be so disastrous. Tragic stories are told about how the Titanic sunk, thousands died for something they could not control. Many argue about the causes, misconceptions or implications on why/how it happened but all proof points to mother nature. The Titanic has a rich history, overcoming many difficulties shaped the ship to what it became. Soon after March 31st 1909, work started on the Titanic (BBC 1). It took around 3 years to…

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    stop the adding of casualties caused by this deadly disaster. Hazards and Disasters of Iceberg Just like glaciers, icebergs also pose the same danger only in a different setting - in the ocean. 100 years after the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank in icy waters 375 miles south of Newfoundland, the dangers of vessels striking an iceberg continue. Many believed that Titanic struck a small to medium size iceberg. Despite improvements in detecting icebergs and more accurate ship positions, and…

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    The Titanic Research Paper

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    Titanic The RMS Titanic, a British passenger liner, tragically sank on the morning of April 15, 1912 in the North Atlantic Ocean. The ship sank to a depth of 12,415 feet (History of the Titanic). The Titanic collided with an iceberg on her maiden voyage from Southhampton, UK to New York City, US. More than 1,500 passengers and crew died as a result of this collision. This was one of the deadliest maritime disasters in modern history. The RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat when it entered…

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    Research Paper On Titanic

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    The Titanic “The ship took a sudden dip, and the sea came rolling up, carrying everyone with it. Many were drowned there and then (“Titanic Survivor’s Eyewitness Account”).” Have you ever wondered what really happened to the Titanic? There are numerous theses of the calamitous event, but no one knows what actually transpired. All we know is that the Titanic departed Southampton and had already visited Cherbourg, France, and Queenstown, Ireland, before heading towards New York City, where it…

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    The Lusitania was a mighty ship which was built to replace the infamous Titanic, it was just about same length and instead of leaving from Europe on its maiden voyage, it sailed from New York. This great vessel was able to hold up to 1,200 passengers and had an average speed of 25+ knots and was built by the Cunard Line out of Southampton, England. Although its sister ship the Titanic sunk years before, the Lusitania was set to sail across the Atlantic Ocean during the time there was a major…

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