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Titanic:

Titanic By Jackie Becker

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Indroduction The makers of the Titanic were White Star Lines.They needed too make new ships in order to compete with other ships.They needed to build them bigger, faster, and better.Early in 1907, Lord Pirrie of Harland and Wolff, and J. Bruce Ismay discussed plans for 2 giant ocean ships.On July 29, 1908, the plans were told to a party of distinguished guests at Harland & Wolff. On December 16, 1908,they set a date to begin building, then three months later, on March 31, 1909, the making of the Titanic began.

How much did the finished ship cost?:

How much did the finished ship cost? $6 million $7.5 million $7 million $10 million

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That’s Correct! Click here to continue. The completed Titanic cost about $7,500,000,it took 3 years to be done. The ship weighed 46,328 Registered Tons. Each ton equal 100 cubic feet. Each funnel,these were the things that were on the top of the ship,were large enough to drive two trains through. There were nine decks and it was as high as an eleven story building.There were 3 propellers,2 big engines and 1 liite one,and it had 20 lifeboats.Its total horsepower was 46,000.Its max speed was 24-25 knots or 27 miles per hour,which was a lot in those days and for a ship of that size.The max nuber of people that could be on the ship was 3,547 .there were only 2,228 aboard.

How many names did the ship have and what were they?:

How many names did the ship have and what were they? 4, the Titanic the Ship of Dreams the Unsinkable Ship the worst Maritime Disaster in all of  history. 2,The Titanic the worst Maritime Disaster in all of  history 2,The Titanic The unsinkable ship Above is the boiler room on the ship. Below is one of the boilers under the ocean.

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That’s Correct! Click here to continue. It had 4 different names the titanic,the Ship of Dreams, the Unsinkable Ship, and the worst Maritime Disaster in all of   history.

When and where did the Titanic leave for its first and last journey?:

When and where did the Titanic leave for its first and last journey? England April 1911 Australia 1913 Washington,United States January 1912 Southampton,Ireland;April 1912

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That’s Correct! Click here to continue. The Titanic set off on it's maiden voyage,from the docks of Southampton in early   April 1912. Titanic's voyage was called the voyage of discovery, but it turned out also to be the last voyage too.

How many people died in the disaster out of 2,228 people?:

How many people died in the disaster out of 2,228 people? 2,200 1,854 1,513 1,607

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That’s Correct! Click Here To Continue The Titanic was built   originally with enough lifeboat capacity for everyone on the ship(20), the boat deck   seemed too crowded when everyone was on,so half of the lifeboats were taken off the ship(now only 10). When the great ship was speeding toward New York City, it struck an iceberg about 153km south of the Grand Banks, Newfoundland. It was only minutes before midnight on April 14, 1912,only 2 weeks or less of travel. The Titanic sank in three hours.People filled the boats much less than full because they were worried about being too crowded.In the end of this, 1,513 out of the 2,228 passengers died in the freezing ocean .

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BIbliography Bibliography http://www.d.callen.freeuk.com/titanic/,titanic home page,has other links,2/28/05, 3/1/05 http://www.d.callen.freeuk.com/titanic/The_Ship/the_ship.html.3/1/05 http://www.d.callen.freeuk.com/titanic/Crew/crew.html.3/1/05 Pictures http://www.d.callen.freeuk.com/titanic/Current_Pic_s/current_pic_s.html,before and after pictures of the decks ,the staircase, and the boiler,also of the broken chair,3/1/05 The picture of the ship in black and white is from http:// www .d . callen. freeuk.com/ titanic / Current _ Pic_s/current_pic_s.html,3/1/05