Titanic Essays

Titanic_ Informative Speech

The Titanic is one of the most memorable disasters in history; the sinking ship even the classic #1 movie. SUPPORTING MATERIALS SOURCE(S): Marsh, E. (1997). _James Cameron’s Titanic._ New York, New York: Harper Perennial. Tibbals, G. (1997). _The Titanic: The extraordinary story of the “unsinkable” ship._ Reader’s Digest. VISUAL AID(S): Power point OUTLINE I. Introduction Attention Getting Device – In 1898 a book called _The Wreck of the Titan_, written by an American writer by the name of Morgan Robertson….

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The Sinking of the Titanic

When you think of the Titanic, you probably think of the love story between Jack Dawson and Rose Dewittbekator, but what the Titanic really is, is a British passenger ship weighing in at 63,000 tons and 882 feet long. The Titanic was said to be the biggest and most luxurious ship of its time, next to its two sister ships named Olympic and Brittitanic. Olympic and Brittitanic were built and owned by the same company as Titanic, “The White Star…

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Titanic

The Titanic was conceived in 1907 (R. M. S. Titanic 1987). It was the beginning of the twentieth century, a time of optimism and progress (R. M. S. Titanic 1987). The Translantic transport of passengers cargo and mail was brisk and competitive (R. M. S. Titanic 1987). In the spirit of this competition managing director of the white star line, J. Bruce Ismay engaged in the Belfast shipbuilding company or Harland and Wolff. They came together to build three leviathans…

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Titanic the Unsinkable Ship

The Titanic was known as “the unsinkable ship”. She was the largest ship afloat at the time of her maiden voyage in April of 1912, during which she collided with an iceberg. She was the second of three Olympic class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line. A numerous amount of people believe that the collision that occurred on April 15, 1912 was The Titanic’s sister ship The Olympic, and that the wreckage was premeditated and was used to…

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