The unsinkable ship
On April 12, 1912, The RMS Titanic embarked on it's first trip from Southhampton to NY City. This was, the most luxurious and fanciest cruise line back then. It was also considered to be "unsinkable". On April 14, the ship hit an iceberg and at midnight it sunk. The ship recieved 6 iceberg warnings that day. They didn't have any lifeboat drills either. Captain Smith canceled it the same day.
It became the best known ship of all times! This incident was tragic. Out of the 2,223 passanger aboard, 1,500 died. The story of the Titanic got made into tons of movies and books. Including the most popular one starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
There a was a lifeboat drill to be taken place the day the ship sunk. There were 6 warnings about the iceberg before it crashed. The first lifeboat only carried 24 people, when it could have carried 64. Only 700 opeople survived. As the ship was sinking it broke into 2 pieces. It's 101 years since the titanic sank. There were 472 lifeboats not used. Since 2009 there are no more living survivors of the Titanic. She was a baby when the ship sank. Mildiva was only 9 months old.
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