The RMS Titanic is one of the most famous ocean liners that has sailed the Atlantic. She was the largest ship of it’s time and was ironically nicknamed the “unsinkable” ship. No one would know the irony of that statement until her first and last voyage from Southampton, England to New York City. On the morning of April 15th, 1912 the Titanic collided with an iceberg. After 2 hours and 40 minutes of her hull filling with water, her stern rose up into the air and broke in two before sinking in the great Atlantic.
The strike had finished a few days before Titanic sailed. Despite this, Titanic sailed on the scheduled date, as coal was transferred from other vessels including Olympic. The wealthiest people of the time booked a passage aboard Titanic, travelling in First Class. Among them were the American millionaire John Jacob Astor IV and his wife Madeleine Force Astor, industrialist Benjamin Guggenheim, Macy 's owner Isidor Straus and his wife Ida, Denver millionairess Margaret "Molly" Brown, Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon and his wife, couturière Lucy (Lady Duff-Gordon), cricketer and businessman John Borland Thayer with his wife
The titanic was one of the most luxury ships of those times also it was one of the three luxury ships that White Star line had. The titanic was ordered on 17th September in 1908 and was ready on 2nd April 192 which was built in Belfast in Ireland. The titanic was the largest ship which uses steam engine during that time it was about 900 feet long and 25 stories high and weighed approximately 46,000 tons. This ship had some technology such as the sixteen major watertight compartments in its lower section this compartments were able to get sealed if any accident or water leaks had happened due to this facts the Titanic was believed that it could not sink.
The ship was, as suspected, the RMS Titanic. **** Henry Rattary, watched as the Titanic docked at Cherbourg. He had never seen a ship so vast, or so beautiful before. His mind wandered from everything else, including his family, and rested on the great ship. Now, this is a ship to be admired, he thought.
Zhu Di became emperor and rewarded Zheng He with a massive armada of ships. He sailed for years, furthering China’s reach and trading everywhere he went. He traveled 2000 miles into the Atlantic. From China to East Africa, India, Southeast Asia. 2) Describe the ships in Zheng He’s fleet.
In addition, there were many stops the Titanic took. The 3 football field length ship, (According to Kids.nationalGeographic.com) caused a burst commotion when it left on its maiden voyage from Sotheasthampon, England, on April 10, 1912. It stopped at Cherbourg, France, and on April 11, it stopped in Queenstown (today known as Cobh), Ireland. Then it set sail for New York, it’s last stop, and had about 2,204 passengers when it headed for New York.
He also had a great influence on treatment of employees and his views on their rights. Andrew Carnegie was also a huge peace advocate. After Andrew Carnegie retired and sold his company to J.P. Morgan for $480 million becoming the richest man alive at the time, he became a
Andy Nguyen English 12 Period 1 November 16, 2015 R.M.S Titanic The sinking of the R.M.S Titanic is one of the most devastating events throughout history. It’s been over 100 years since the R.M.S Titanic sunk, and till this day it still fascinate thousands of people.
This staircase looked like something out of the castle of royalty. Upon entering the building, one is able to see that the stairway is very large and imperial looking. After walking up that initial flight, the stairs split off into different directions for each person to get to the side of the theatre they are seated easier. Although it took Garnier fifteen years to eventually finish the theatre, it was definitely worth the
Alexander The Great One of the biggest empires the world has ever seen was ruled by Alexander the Great. He ruled the Greek Empire from 334 BCE- 323 BCE (Doc A). His empire was so big he founded over 70 cities and it was about 2,200,000 square miles (Doc E). But was he that great? Of course because he had many remarkable achievements, he also had great leadership, and he had very good intelligence.