In my article "Titanic:Not so sinkable after all" It starts off talking about all the deaths on the titanic and how many passengers were on the ship. It goes on to talk about how the designers of the ship paid a'lot of money on the ship for commercialization so everyone would think that it was safe to go on even though the designers cut all sorts of corners including not putting on enough life boats. Then it talks about how many of each class of people died, I think that part was pretty unnecessary since it did not add much to the the story. It ends talking about how, when, and where the ship struck the iceberg and then the article ends. Overall, despite some parts being unnecessary the article gives you a pretty good run down of the titanic and I would recommend this article to anyone who wanted to learn about the titanic.
this was a very interesting article. When most people think about the titanic they never really think about the captain who made most of it possible. The article starts off talking about his carrier,he had been a ship captain since 1904. It goes on to say that he had crashed another ship known as the olympic, an earlier version of the titanic, but was re hired to be the captain of the titanic. Then it tells us that while he was at see with the Titanic he was told to slow down because there might be an iceberg up ahead. captain Smith ignored the warning and kept going at the same speed. It finishes up with what we all know, the titanic smashed into an iceberg and sank. I think this is a great article to read to know about captain Edward John Smith because it gives you a brief summery from when his carrier began to his untimely death.
This article talks a'lot about the third class passengers and about why and what happened to them on the RMS titanic. The article starts by saying that most of the third class passengers were immigrants going to the United States and Canada in hopes for a better life. It goes on to talk about the price of a third class ticket and how it ranges to $700 for an adult and $300 per kid. It also talks about how people were surprised to find out that the third class passengers had flushing toilets so that led me to believe that third class passengers were not treated very. It then went to talk about meals on the titanic for third class passengers was very simple and the second and first classes got really nice meals. Then it ends by saying sadly that many whole family's were lost in the sinking and that there were a'lot of family's that survived. I do not think this would be a good article to read if you want to learn about the third class passengers because it only contains unnecessary facts about the third class passengers.