The Titanic: The Failure Of The Titanic

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The Titanic’s Maiden voyage failed because of poor engineering on the hull and the air-tight compartments that were supposed to stop incoming flowing water past the hull. Another reason why it failed was because of the fact that everyone thought it was indestructible and godly. The ship’s crew had ignored any potential danger from the ocean, in fact, there were many dangers in the ocean other than icebergs. The fact the staff of the ship didn’t run a lifeboat drill and didn’t have the sufficient passengers when the lifeboats were sent off by the appalling destruction of the Titanic.
One example would be the ignorance of the lifeboat drill. Failing to get a lifeboat drill practice is what made it a critical hit to it. Another example
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