Titanic Essays

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  • The Flaws Of The Titanic And The Titanic

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    Despite how entertaining the film Titanic actually is, it has many flaws that can be pointed out. Titanic is a love story between a woman of the upper-class and a man of the lower-class. Throughout the movie they face the difficulties of Jack (Lower-class man) not being high enough stature to please the family of Rose (upper-class woman) while they sail through the ocean on a luxurious cruise ship. As the Titanic sinks the film shows the two being together and going through the catastrophe that is

  • The Titanic : A Titanic

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    R.M.S Titanic “Not even God himself could sink this ship,” an employee of the White Star Line carelessly stated at the launch of the Titanic on May 31, 1911. (Exhibit: Titanic) In April of 1912, the Titanic set sail from Southampton, England, to New York City in what is one of history’s deadliest disasters at sea. Unfortunately, the Titanic, on its maiden and final voyage, never reached its destination. Built by Harland and Wolf to be “unsinkable”, the Titanic was 883 feet long, 92 feet wide,

  • The Titanic Of A Titanic

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    The Titanic crashed at 2:20 a.m. on April 15, 1912, the British ocean liner sinks into the North Atlantic Ocean. The massive ship, which carried 2,200 passengers and crew, had struck an iceberg two and half hours before sinking. The beginning which is the construction of the Titanic took 3 years with the help anywhere from three thousand to fifteen thousand men. The RMS Titanic took sail April 11, 1912 from Southampton, England in the hopes of New York City. The Titanic 's passengers were divided

  • The Titanic And The Titanic

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    The Titanic was one of a trio.  “Her” sisters were the Olympic and the Gigantic.  These ships were made by the  White Star Lines, all of their names ending with “ic”.  The White Star Lines were known for making the top of the line, most luxurious ship liners of their time. The point in making luxurious and fast ship liners were to compete and beat the German ship liners.  This ship race between Germany and Britain went clear back to the 1860’s.  As Britain kept getting out bested  by Germany an American

  • Titanic : The Titanic

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    “Mother is this ship really safe and unsinkable?” said Mary Anne Louise to her mom while she started to walk towards the RMS Titanic “I have the same question as the girl… Is this ship really unsinkable?” said a lady known as Mrs.Sylvia Caldwell. “Of course it is unsinkable God himself could not sink this ship!” exclaimed the crew member as he helped her up the steps.After they entered the ship, she stood in amazement see how this ship was designed.She suddenly saw a girl dressed in a simple, pretty

  • The Titanic And The Titanic

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    Royal Mail Steamer Titanic, departed from Southampton, England and set sail about the Atlantic Ocean, holding approximately 2,435 passengers and 900 crew workers aboard, making its capacity over 3,300. On the night of April 14, 1912, just 4 days after its departure, the Titanic collided with an iceberg, sinking the ship, and killing over 2,340 of its people, including both passengers and crew. It also influenced many books and films to be produced. Most people know of the RMS Titanic through the tragic

  • The Titanic : The Conspiracy Of The Titanic

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    The Titanic conspiracy On April 10th, 1912 the RMS Titanic set out on it’s maiden voyage across the Atlantic ocean. But tragedy fell upon the glorious ship when the titanic struck an iceberg and sank, or so people think it was the actual Titanic. Today conspiracies have arisen as to whether the Titanic was the actual Titanic or it was the Titanic’s sister ship the RMS Olympic. Today so many pieces of evidence prove that it was in fact the Olympic. I feel that the Titanic that sailed on April 10th

  • The Titanic : The Story Of The Titanic

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    The Titanic, the pride and joy of the White Star Line and, at the time, the largest moving object ever built. She was the most luxurious liner of her era, named the "ship of dreams". This legendary ship was known to be unsinkable, until April 15 1912. It is commonly believed that this “unsinkable” ship hit an iceberg that night and sank in the northern atlantic. But how is this possible? On a night with perfect weather and prior warning about the dangers of ice ahead? Maybe this isn't what happened

  • The Titanic : The Disaster Of The Titanic

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    The Titanic was a tragedy that shocked the world as the Titanic was thought to be unsinkable. The Titanic was British luxury ocean liner, thought to be unsinkable, which nevertheless sank on its first voyage in 1912 after running into an iceberg in the north Atlantic Ocean. The “Icebergs loomed up and fell astern and we never slackened. It was an anxious time with the Titanic's fateful experience very close in our minds” The Titanic could have been constructed with a double hull. The technology

  • The Titanic : The Design Of The Titanic

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    James Andrews was the designer of the Titanic, James laid the first keel plate to start the construction on the Titanic. The Titanic was constructed at the Harland and Wolff Shipyards in Belfast Ireland. The gantry built over the Titanic was over 220 feet in the air. The main Anchor on the TItanic was transported to the ship by twenty horses, the ship had a total of three anchors which weighed an estimated thirty one tons. Sixteen watertight compartments were constructed into the lower level of the