The Lusitania was destroyed in the same was as the Titanic as they could not pull the boats into the sea and water kept rushing into the hull through the front where the torpedo hit as the boat couldn’t be stopped.The Lusitania was torpedoed by the German submarine U-20 on May 7, 1915. 1198 people died of a total of 1959 people on the boat. The ship sunk in 18 minutes. Second most famous passenger liner after the Titanic. It was destroyed 8 miles from the coast of Old head of Kinsale, Ireland.
In this collision, a large hole was created on the starboard side of the ship exactly where the Titanic hit the iceberg. Since White Star Line didn’t have enough money to pay for the repairs, they payed off the shipyard workers to switch the names of the ships. Also, when James Cameron was making the Titanic movie, he went underwater to take pictures of the Titanic. In one of his pictures the side of the Titanic is visible and some of the logo has peeled off. Under the logo, the letters M and P are clearly visible.
What if you were in the middle of the sea on a sinking ship, what would you do? Many would go straight to the crew on the ship for guidance but on the Titanic, only a few of the crew members knew what to do during an emergency. On the 15th of April in 1912, the Titanic, a first class ship sunk with only 705 survivors out of the 2,200 passengers on board. The captain of the ship, Edward John Smith, crashed into a huge iceberg because it seemed to be small above water. The water began to flood the ship and a few hours later, the ship sunk.
12,460 feet down in the dark, cold, Atlantic Ocean lies the Titanic. At the time, the Titanic was the biggest moving object in the world. Because of wrong decisions and an iceberg, the Titanic, thought to be unsinkable, went to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, but this tragedy caused changes in ship safety that are still in place today. The Titanic was a ship that was so large and so powerful, that there was no way it could ever sink, or so they thought. At approximately 11:40 P.M. on April 14, 1912, an iceberg was reported “dead ahead” of the Titanic.
The Titanic, the largest ship in its time, was breathtaking. Edward Smith, an acclaimed captain, took steer of it. It was a catastrophe when this popular ship hit an iceberg and sank, killing thousands. People are still as much in wonder today of the accident than they were a hundred years ago, when it sank. The Titanic sinking was such a disaster because of what happened on it building up to and after the crash and because of what Captain Smith did wrong, and it could have been prevented.
Drowning, screaming, Weeping, Send offs...These are some of the last words you heard from Jack Jill, Tyrone T. lll, Bob Blob and from others. The date was April 14-15 1912. The zone around North Atlantic Ocean. This was traumatic time/date. The Titanic had sunk and lots of people died 1,503 to be exact.
The Titanic (otherwise known as the unsinkable ship) sank on April 14, 1912. Originally evidence led to the conclusion that the sinking was caused by hitting an iceberg at approximately 11:40 pm. After about one-hundred years people began asking, was it an iceberg that caused the titanic to sink? While the ship truly did collide with an iceberg the crash wasn't the main reason for the sinking of the ship. The iceberg did have a small role in the sinking, as well as multiple other small things, but the main cause for the ship’s descent was a fire that began before the ship first took off on April 10th.
55 ERRORS Titanic, the legend lives onYour headline goes here One of the most famous and well-known maritime disasters involving passenger liners took place during the early part of the twentieth 20th century. The Titanic sank with a huge loss of life in the early hours of April 14, 1912. The story of this ship still fascinates people, and many historians have written books about the liner’s short life and death. A prominent British shipping company, White Star Line, commissioned the building of the Titanic. They, and the press, spoke of the ship as being “practically unsinkable.” Ships had watertight compartments to limit flooding in case of an accident, and the Titanic had 16 such compartments.
The way that the shipwreck will take place will promote the story. In Titanic, when the boat hit the Iceberg, the sinking of the gigantic boat killed around a thousand and five hundred people. It happened more than a hundred years ago and we are still talking about it. This tragic story is an unforgettable part of the history... ... middle of paper ... ...er”. This is probably why the power of God is not present in this story.Unfortunately in the “Open Boat”, the crew had to surfer of the Sea’s behavior and nothing could help them.
These ships would be the grande... ... middle of paper ... ...a certain height? What happened to all the iceberg warnings and why were they not addressed? Had the Titanic been carrying enough lifeboats to occupy all onboard, would everyone have been saved that frightful night? On May 31, 2009 the last remaining survivor, Millvina Dean passed away. “And with that, all who sailed on the Titanic were gone.” (Titanic: The Tragedy, 2012).