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Who Is To Blame For The Titanic Disaster

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The Titanic’s maiden voyage was a disaster because it hit an iceberg and sunk. Almost a lot of people died from the accident. The Titanic radios were not on and the people were not listening causing them not to know they were going to hit an iceberg. Also there was a boat close to them it should’ve gone to them and told them. According to the times listed in which the things occurred, they took too long to aboard the lifeboats.
The Titanic was struck by an iceberg. It was being warned by another boat, but the crew was asleep and had turned off the radio which was a bad idea. The two people who were able to warn them were at the top of the boat keeping a watch. They were too close to the ice and causing the boat to skid across the iceberg.

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the titanic's maiden voyage was a disaster because it hit an iceberg and sunk.
  • Describes how the titanic was struck by an iceberg while being warned by another boat, but the crew was asleep and had turned off the radio, which was a bad idea.
  • Explains that their theories of the titanic prove their thesis was true in many ways.
  • Opines that the titanic could and should've made it. the people that were sleeping on the ship didn't know what was coming and put all over their faith in the crew.
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