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  • Disaster Of The Titanic Essay

    testified at the British Enquiry into the sinking. Lastly, Charles Herbert Lightoller survived and rescued letter by the Carpathia. These were only a few people but there were many others. The Titanic Life The Titanic was made by The British White Star Line. They called it “The world's safest liner”. The Titanic included theater, assortment…

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  • Titanic Film Analysis

    Titanic, is really a touching love story. The Director of the film is James Cameron. The main actor is Leonardo DiCaprio. Both the rich and the poor are on board. The ship clashes against an iceberg. The passengers give priority to female gender and children. This calamity strikes at the middle of the film. The ship is thought to be unsinkable. However when it hits an ice burg, it tragically sinks. Hearing people cry like folks while floating on water is so emotional. The tide draws breath and…

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  • Pride Comes Before A Fall: Titanic By James Cameron

    people. Captain Edward Smith claimed “I have never been in any accident… or any sort worth speaking about (1912 Facts about Titanic pg.49).” Prior to Smith’s statement he had been in several incidents, and two more after his statement. Smith was White Star Lines senior captain and for that reason he got to be the captain of each of their new ships. The Titanic had a close encounter right as they were setting out for sea; due to the low tide and motion of the Titanic a surge of water cause the…

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  • The Blue Angel Analysis

    Although the films The Blue Angel and the Titanic are very different, they do have a few similarities. In The Blue Angel, Immanuel Rath and Lola Lola embodied the contradiction of the provocative young female and a wretched old man in a relationship. Seductive Lola Lola embraces her sexuality through being a cabaret dancer and singer. Rath, the professor is stern, lonesome and much respected because of his profession. Rath meets Lola Lola in the process of punishing his pupils for distributing…

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  • Summary Of Titanic By Charles Lightoller

    Charles Lightoller was the Second Officer and only surviving commanding officer on the maiden and final voyage of the White Star Line’s ‘unsinkable’ Titanic. After the ship collided with an iceberg, Lightoller oversaw the of loading passengers into lifeboats on the port side, famously only allowing one man on all eleven lifeboats. Lightoller, after a narrow escape from death after going down with the ship, went on to give key testimonies for both the US inquiry and the British Board of Trade…

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  • Compare And Contrast Rms Titanic And A Night To Remember

    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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  • Analysis Of I Saved The Tuking Of The Titanic

    I SURVIVED the sinking of The Titanic, 1912 April fourteenth at seven fifteen a.m. in a first class suite on B Deck. We meet George and his eight-year-old sister Phoebe. They are returning to America after visiting London and the surrounding area with their Aunt Daisy. George is always getting in trouble and is very curious. He’s been all over the ship even to areas where he is not supposed to go. He’s made friends in steerage and exasperated his aunt and his sister and a number of the…

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  • Diary Entry On The Titanic

    April 5,1912, a letter came in the mail today. I opened it, inside was what looked like an invitation. It said “ Dear Michelle, Captain Edward John Smith would like to invite you and a plus one to board the R.M.S Titanic in first class. April 10, boarding time will be 2 hours prior to departure. Departure time will be at 11:30am in Southampton. Our final destination will be New York. We hope to see you on the Great R.M.S Titanic! Sincerely, William Murdoch sailor of the R.M.S Titanic.”…

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  • Q & A Case Study: The Vasa

    The Vasa Report Introduction From the given case study, we learn about the majestic warship called Vasa. The Vasa was the largest arsenal ship ever built in Sweden. She was built under the rule of King Gustavus II Adolphus. He was known as an intelligent and brave fighter. He assumed the throne after the death of his father in October 1611. In January 1625, the Swedish admiralty signed a contract to build four ships with the master shipwright, which were to be used in the king’s navy. Two were…

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  • Loch Ard Research Paper

    relive and learn about the final voyage of the Loch Ard. In 1873, a sailing vessel called ‘Loch Ard’ was built by two companies: Charles Connell & Company and Barclay, Curdle & Company in Scotstoun, Scotland. This prodigious boat belonged to the Loch Line group. Indeed, this company owned many sailing vessels, which traveled between Great Britain and Australia. In addition, Loch Ard was a colossal boat at this time with three masts, an overall length of 263 feet and a tonnage of 1693 tons. On…

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