The Sinking Of R. M. S. Titanic

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Disasters aren’t called disasters for nothing. This is portrayed in the sinking of the Titanic. Some disasters are people's fault, and some are natures. This was not the case in the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic. Bruce Ismay was the owner of the Titanic, and possibly a coward onboard. As the Titanic went down, Ismay jumped on one of the last lifeboats, and survived the sinking. Most of the world thought this was a bad move on his part, as women and children are supposed to survive, if no one else. From then on, he was called the coward of the Titanic. One of the effects of the sinking was the death toll. Lots of people died and maybe if the ship hadn’t crashed then people would still be cruising on it. Another effect of the sinking was the
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