Was The Titanic Unsinkable?

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In this document you will be learning about the Titanic. We will be answering the following questions: Was the ship unsinkable? Who was on the ship? Where were they heading it and how long would it have taking for them to get there? What time did it take and how long? And how many people died, and survived. Now let’s take a journey to the sinking of the Titanic! So the first question is; Was the Titanic really unsinkable? Well the answer to that is clearly, no. But instead of just telling no, we will tell you about the size of the ship, what it was made of and how that could affect the tragic events of the Titanic. We will also tell you who was on board the enormous ship. The Titanic was a very large ship! It was 882 feet long with another…show more content…
As we all know the Titanic unsuccessfully made its destination so, let’s figure out where they wanted to go. The Titanic was heading to New York City, unfortunately it did not make it. “The Titanic sank 400 miles (640 kilometres) off the coast of Newfoundland” (Fowler, Dave). The captain’s name is Edward Smith. He died on April 15th, 1912. He was born on January 27th, 1850. (Fowler, Dave). In this paragraph we will be talking about the actually day the huge ship sank. We will also be talking about the time the Titanic sank, and last how long did it take to sink. The ginormous ship sunk on April 14, 1912- April 15, 1912. The Titanic struck the iceberg around 11:40pm on April 14, 1912. It nearly took the Titanic 3:00 hours before it completely sank. It actually took 2 hours and an additional 40 min. That's a long time! I guess the “Unsinkable ship” has sunk. ( Fowler, Dave). There were a total of 2,222 people aboard the Titanic. But, 2,222 people did not return after hitting the iceberg. Many people died to be exact 1,517 people died. That is a lot of people! The amount of people that died is very tragic and unfortunate. Only 706 people survived! Compared to the deaths that is a low number. The amount of people that died is very upsetting. ( Fowler,
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