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Titanic By: Corey Kempe
Why do we still care about the Titanic today? Because hundreds of people died. How many levels were on the titanic How it was unsinkable
How it’s unsinkable/the different levels No one ever claimed that the Titanic was "unsinkable". The quote, "practically unsinkable" was taken out of context. In 1911, Shipbuilder magazine published an article describing the construction of the Titanic. The article stated that when the watertight doors were closed, the ship would be "practically unsinkable".
How it sank The Titanic sank by striking an iceberg in the middle of the ocean, it stayed in one spot. Then it cracked right in half. The Titanic started to sink and lots of people died from the sinking of the Titanic.
The number of people who died The Titanic was carrying 2,223 passengers on board when it sank, and out of those 1,517 died.
A story 1survivor Name: Miss Elisabeth Walton Allen Born: Sunday 1st October 1882 in St. Louis Missouri United States Age: 29 years 6 months and 14 days First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Died: Friday 15th December 1967 Cause of Death: Heart Failure / Disease
A story of another one who survived Name: Mrs. Rhoda Mary 'Rosa' Abbott Born: Tuesday 14th January 1873 in Aylesbury Buckinghamshire England Died: Monday 18th February 1946 Cause of Death: Hypertension Age: 39 years 3 months and 1 days First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912
How many books, magazines, movies and web sites In the decades since her demise, Titanic has inspired countless books and several It was these watertight bulkheads that inspired Shipbuilder magazine