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6.The article, Kids Were Onboad the Titanic, too,“ states there were many kids on the Titanic, more than 100 in fact. Most of them were in third class rather than the luxury staterooms. When the Titanic hit the iceberg, the children were told not to worry, it’s just a little dent, and all would be well soon. But when the time came to abandon ship, the rescue did not go well. Many of the lifeboats launched prematurely, often without children in them, and about half the children did not survive.
5. The article “Titanic Facts for Kids 8 Hidden Facts about the Titanic” states that first class life style is luxurious and it cost $57,200in todays money to buy a ticket. Another vary interesting fact is that the iceberg was vary large and strong.The iceberg was estimated to be 100 feet tall. The Titanic still under the sea but it is being eaten by bacteria.
Kids can understand the dangers of the Titanic by reading this article. This article states really interesting facts about the Titanic. This article is easy for little kids to learn about what happened on the Titanic.
2. The article called “Titanic: Captain Went Down with the Ship,” is about Captain Smith.
Captain Smith had accomplished a lot in his llife. He was a naval veteran and a decorated sailor. He was the Captain of the Majestic, another ocean liner, for nine years. Smith had been a captain of many ships in his life, includuing the Baltic and the Olympic. He became the first and only Captain of the Titanic. The first major challenge came when the Titanic launched. It raised the water so much that another ship, the New York, came loose from its moorings. As the New York drifted, Captain Smith had to take immediate action to avoid a collision. Accepting tradition, he refused to abandon the Titanic as it was going down. He did not survive
4. According to the article, “Second class passengers on the Titanic” by Diana Leigh Matthews, second class passengers on the Titanic would be seen as middle class today. Second class passengers included professors, authors, and clergymen. Second class tickets would have cost about $1,800, a large amount of money at that time. In addition, second class dining was not as elegant as first class, but still very nice. The staterooms were also quite nice. The second class area also included a smoking room and a library. So the belief that the second class passengers were jammed together in poor accommodations is really just a myth.
Second cass passengers are middle class today. This article describes what middle class would experience. it also explans that there was 3,000 letters some where on the boat.
3. According to the article titled, “Ultimate Titanic, ” much of the loss of life in the sinking of the Titanic was avoidable. The ship wasn’t prepared for an emergency, because it did not have enough lifeboats for 2,200 people. This was partly because they thought that the ship was unsinkable, so emergency preparation was not a priority. When the worst happened, this failure to prepare caused the evacuation to become chaotic.
1. “Remembering the Titanic” explaining how it still fascinates people R.M.S Titanic The Titanic was the largest ship in the world when it made its maiden voyage. The Titanic was 4 city blocks long. On April 11, 1912, the Titanic crashed into an iceberg with
2,200 passengers on board when disaster struck. After the disaster a boat came to rescue the ones that were still alive. The Titanic was a very expensive ship and very luxurious. It was also the 1st vessel to have electric elevators and a swimming pool. It was very unfortunate the ship sank due to the captain's ignorant decision. The captain could have avoided the iceberg, but he wanted to stay on track and schedule. Ballard found the shipwreck in 1997. He found it 2 miles under the sea.
I chose this article because the information is clearly stated. We still need to honor the deaths that occurred as a result of the Titanic's sinking. The Titanic still fascinates people today.