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posted by adrianna2000
The Titanic sank April 12,1912. It hit an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean and scraped the edge. Eventually, the ship broke in two and sank into the icy sea. The majority of people died along with the ship oder from being in the lifeboats and literaly freezing to death. There were around 500 survivors. Over 2000 people boarded on originally. The ship was deemed unsinkable. That was the reason there were so few lifeboats. Women and children were pretty much the only ones allowed on the boats. The Carpathia rescued the remainding people in the lifeboats in the dark of the night. The Titanic was rediscovered in the 1980s Von a submarine called Alvin. They took pictures and found artifacts from the ship. There were benches, dolls, money, etc. The Titanic will forever be remembered.
posted by HumphreyAlpha
One of the most controversial and complex theories was put vorwärts-, nach vorn Von Robin Gardiner in his book, Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank? In it, Gardiner draws on several events and coincidences that occurred in the months, days, and hours leading up to the sinking of the Titanic, and concludes that the ship that sank was in fact Titanic's sister ship Olympic, disguised as Titanic, as an insurance scam.
Olympic was the older sister of Titanic, built alongside the Mehr famous vessel but launched in October 1910. Her exterior Profil was nearly identical to Titanic, save for small detailing such as...
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The R.M.S. Titanic was a very grand ship. The biggest, fastest, and fanciest ship of its time. It was indeed a good ship stopped Von a little mistake that scientist's still studying around the world today almost 120 years ago. The Titanic in my opinion is quite interesting and it has surprisingly, over 100,0000 theories about all kinds of subjects. The Titanic is still at the bottom of the ocean today and is full of interesting artifacts.

The Titanic sank off the west coast of Newfoundland, Canada. One of the most interesting artifacts is a woman who died on the Titanic tied her halskette to the railing of the Titanic with a note in it reading, Hello, good day. He betrays me so I take his life. the rest of the note was not found because it was ripped in half. for me, that was very interesting to read this.