The Titanic's maiden voyage was a disaster because of the way the ship was designed. California didn't help them out when they we're stuck in the disaster. I feel like they should've had a warning about the iceberg or something because for that many people to die because somebody didn't say anything is just sad. The people should've spoken up. The man that was in charge of the ship should not have been sleep. If it was that deep he should've told someone or should have switched with someone. There were over 1000 people on the ship and only a few survived because a man irresponsible fell asleep.
On the morning of April 15th, 1912, 1,503 people died. Amongst these 1,503 people was a 31-year-old Swedish man by the name of Johan Henrik Johannesson Kvillner. This man, like many others, died in one of the most well-known tragedies in the history of mankind: the shocking sinking of the great R.M.S. Titanic, a ship deemed “unsinkable”. The Titanic struck an iceberg after being warned of an ice field in the direction that they were travelling. Therefore, Kvillner went down with the ship, presumably like a gentleman, after being denied access to one of the lifeboats
The Titanic doesn't deserve it name.Titanic is a ship that was called the,” Unsinkable ship. 1,503 people died from the sinking.Titanic does not deserve its name titan becuse of the strength and the God like.
Would you like to see the Titanic in a museum? I think we should put the Titanic in a museum. Here are some reasons why I think we should. It would be a huge history lesson for the people that visit the museum. The families who had family die in the sinking could get some of their family members belongings back.
To sum up, the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic was remarkably avoidable. John Wesley Woodward can be considered a hero to the other passengers, survivors and victims alike, and he gave his all to give them hope. Woodward should not have had to lose his life. Not a single person should have died. If there had been better communication and discipline between the ships involved, the Titanic might not have sunk, and Woodward might not have
The Titanic is one of the most famous ships known around the world as the once "unsinkable ship". April 15, 1912 the Titanic sank into the Atlantic Ocean on it's one and only voyage. The 825 ton ship can be found 400 miles off the coast of Newfoundland 12,600 feet below the Atlantic.
The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Titanic was the middle child in a series of three ships: the Olympic, the Titanic, and the Britannic. These unprecedentedly large ships were built in Belfast, Ireland, in the shipyard of Harold and Wolff for the White Star Line company. The Titanic and her sister ships were built 269.1 meters long, 28.2 meters wide, 53 meters from the keel to the top of the funnels, and weighing in at a whopping 46,000 tons (Felkins, Leighly Jr., Jankovic, 1998). On April 2, 1912, The Titanic finally sets sail to Southampton, England, where it was to start its maiden voyage to New York. Finally, on April 12, 1912, Titanic commenced its infamous voyage. Just four days into the journey, tragedy had struck. Despite receiving multiple warnings of dangerous ice sections and icebergs throughout the day, the Titanic continues on its course through the frigid Atlantic waters without diversion. The captain of the ship, Smith, goes to bed around 9:20. However, at 11:40 on April the 12th, the Titanic strikes the iceberg on
The sinking of the Titanic has become one of the most well-known disasters in history, because of the terrible loss of life and the demise of what everyone believed was an "unsinkable" ship. As is evident from reading this report the use of substandard rivets was the main cause of the failure of the Titanic. By substandard we mean that the type of rivets used was incorrect as well as the location of these rivets.
The sinking of the Titanic was one of the biggest disasters in human history, which led to a public outrage due to extreme loss of life. There were a lot of special hearings about the causes of disaster, lack of lifeboats, conduct of officers on board, and the treatment of third-class passengers. In 1985, the discovery of wreckage site allowed scientists to carry out expeditions to the ship to do forensic study on this engineering tragedy. As a result, scientists performed visual and sonar imaging, recovered samples of hull steel and rivets to do their investigation on the Titanic. Furthermore, the properties of metallic rivet samples were analyzed to determine if they met specifications set at the time of her construction . The report
On the morning of April 15th, 1912, 1,503 people died. Amongst these 1,503 people was a 31-year-old Swedish man by the name of Johan Henrik Johannesson Kvillner. This man, like many others, died in one of the most well-known tragedies in the history of mankind: the shocking sinking of the great R.M.S. Titanic, a ship deemed “unsinkable”. The Titanic struck an iceberg after being warned of an ice field in the direction that they were travelling. Kvillner went down with the ship, assumingly like a gentleman, after being denied access to one of the lifeboats
"Come see the unsinkable ship!” the townspeople cried out. They were, of course, talking about the White Star Line’s newest vessel, the Titanic. At eight hundred eighty-three feet long and ninety-two feet wide, the Titanic’s first voyage was packed full, starboard to port, with two thousand, two hundred, twenty-eight people on board. There were three hundred thirty-seven people in first class, two hundred eighty-five in second class, seven hundred twenty-one people in third class, and eight hundred eighty-five crew members. Even without the people, the Titanic weighed 46,328 tons. The vessel was one hundred and four feet in height and had twenty lifeboats. The architect, Thomas Andrews, was aboard the ship during its first and last catastrophic trans-Atlantic voyage.
“Out on the decks, most passengers now began to move toward the stern area, which was slowly lifting out of the water.” confirms author Robert D. Ballard in Exploring the Titanic. But, why were these conditions necessary, and why did people have to take charge on the dreadful night of the Titanic's sinking. Who was to blame for the sinking. It could’ve possibly been the messenger, the ship's builder, or maybe the captain. It could've just been one of them or it could’ve all three of them. The designer was experienced but maybe just not enough.
The sinking of the luxurious Titanic was a traffic disaster that could have been avoided. Dr. Paul J Quinn stated in his book Dusk to Dawn " The Titanic had actually been designed to carry forty-eight lifeboats but was rejected because it made the deck look cluttered"(11). The sinking could have been avoided if the Titanic crew had not over estimated its strength, and had listened carefully to the warnings of numerous other ships, and if the crew managed the rescue efforts into the lifeboats correctly.
On April 14,1912 a great ship called the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage. That night there were many warnings of icebergs from other ships. There seems to be a conflict on whether or not the warnings reached the bridge. We may never know the answer to this question. The greatest tragedy of all may be that there were not