TITANIC

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What happend in the Titanic?

Hey Im Isaac! If you want to come back in time with me and see what REALLY happend in the Titanic, then you are welcome to come with me! The Titanic was the world's biggest ship. The Titanic was also known as the "unsinkable ship". On April 10, 1912, The Titanic embarked From Southampton to New York city. On April 14, the Titanic struck with an iceberg, and early the next day it sank! 1,500 died. because of the sink, the Titanic became the most known ship in the world, inspiring popular books and movies. Like 100 years have passed and still the Titanic is one of the most popular legends.


Molly Brown (and American women) help command a life boat, and capt, while the inccident was happening. Bruce Ismay, survived this awaful tragedi, because he found a space in the life boat and survived. A few days after the inccident many people began investigations about the sinking. In August 1985, Robert Ballard led an American French expedition, from aboard the U.S. navy research ship Knorr. On September 1, 1985, the first underwater images were taking of the Titanic were recorded as the giant boilers were discovered. Later videos showed the ship lying upright in two pieces. People began investigating the materials the Titanic was made of. The examination led to speculation that low-quality steel or weak rivets may have contributed to the Titanics sinking. countless reditions, interpretations and analyses of the Titanic disaster transformed the ship into a cultural icon. This is the terrible tragedy story, but don't be afraid of coming back to the past with be because I promise we are not going to drown!



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Edward Jhon Smith

Edward Smith was the captain of the Titanic. He died when the ship sank in 1912. There is a statue of him in Beacon Park, Lichfield, England. He was born on January 27, 1850 in Staffordshire. In 1887, he married Sarah Elenor Pennington. They had a daughter named Helen Melville Smith that was born in Waterloo, liverpool on April 2 1898. His parents were Edward Smith and Catherine hancock. He earned many certificates. Smith, first command was of a passenger ship, theb baltic. He went on to serve of the captain of several other vessels in the white star line.


Elizabeth Walton Allen

She was 29 years old. She was born On St. Louis, MIssouri, USA, on October 1 1882. She was the daughter George W. Allen, a St. Louis judge, and Lynia Mcmillan. She was engaged in 1912 to a british Physican, James B. Benell. She was going to St. Louis to collect her belongings in preparation for moving to England, where she would live with her future Husband. She was in the cabin B-5. She escaped with her family in a lifeboat 2. Lifeboat 2 was on of the last boats to live the Titanic. The lifeboat 2 was under the command of the fourth officer, Joseph G. boxhall. After the sinking Elizabeth filed a $2, 427.80 clam against the White Star Line for the lost of personal property in the disaster.


Dorothy Gibson

in 1911, Dorthy Gibson moved from modeling to films. After making numerous short films, she took a vacation with her mother. Returning from Italy, they decided to go to the Titanic for their return to the United States. The ship sank for days later, and Gibson and her mother were rescued. Then she went on to a play herself in a film about the event. The film was named "Saved From The Titanic". She was born in 1889 in Hoboken, New Jersey. She began her carrer as a model. Then she quitted and started acting as a film actress. As a film actress, she brought her expirience from the Titanic disaster in big screen. Her likeness adorned magazines and newspapers.


Elizabeth Margaret Burns

Elizabth was born on december 15th 1870, in New Jersey. In 1898, she was a member of the first graduating class of the Roosvelt School for nurses. By 1912 she had been the nanny to Robert Douglas for more than three years. Robert called her "Muddie Boons," because she had trouble pronuncing her name. She boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg. She was in the first class. After the disaster she was rescued in lifeboat 3. She died on May 29th, 1921. At the time she was living at the central club for nurses in new york. She was a member of Executive Commite of the nurses Association.


Eva Hart speaks about her memories of the Titanic . . survivor interview