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Education

Wreck & Sinking of the Titanic – Book Review

February 8, 2015

Back in 1912, the world was a very different place. Even though it was the 12th year of the 20th century, there was still of naivety that made it still seem like the 1800s. Mankind was changing, and things like automobiles were starting to be produced, and things were beginning to prosper like never before. […]

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Wreck & Sinking of Titanic – Last Man Who Left – Archibald Gracie

February 8, 2015

Back in 1912, a man named Archibald Gracie boarded the RMS Titanic. He was an older man, who always kept in great shape, and he enjoyed the amenities that the big ship provided. When disaster struck, Archibald Gracie was one of the first men up on deck to help out with assisting with helping everyone to keep […]

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Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic – Eyewitness Report- Lawrence Beesley

January 25, 2015

The RMS Titanic sank in 1912, and there were only 705 survivors out of the 2208 that were on board. Once the survivors got back to America, they were questions that needed answering, the two inquiries who tried very hard to find out the truth about that horrible night that robbed over 1500 people of their lives. […]

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Finding the Titanic – Dr. Robert Ballard’s Epic Journey Part Two

January 24, 2015

2015 marks the 30th anniversary of when Dr. Robert Ballard found the RMS Titanic.  Ballard, and his team from Woods Hole Institute found the famous ship on September 1, 1985.  The documentary, Secrets of the Titanic  is a documentary that showcased the search for the famous ship. It took Dr. Ballard, and his associates, almost two months […]

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Finding the Titanic – Dr. Robert Ballard’s Epic Journey Part One

December 28, 2014

When the RMS Titanic went down in 1912, it did not take long for people to get over the initial shock, but then decide that the grand ship should be raised from the bottom of the ocean. There were all kinds of ideas, and some people really put a lot of thought into how to bring Titanic […]

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Titanic Facts For Kids

December 22, 2014

When it comes to things like major disasters, it can be a hard subject to deal with when it comes to kids. Adults understand the reality of the situation, and the fact there may be deaths involved, but there is a point where it can be really hard to tell kids about them without scaring […]

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Titanic Iceberg – Information About the Iceberg that Sank the Titanic

December 1, 2014

On April 14,1912, the world was shook to its very core when news reached New York City that something completely unthinkable had happened.  The news came in via telegraph that the biggest ship in the world, the unsinkable ship, the RMS Titanic had struck an iceberg, had sunk, and over 1500 out of 2200 passengers […]

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Titanic Survivors Stories Part Two – Dorothy Gibson

November 16, 2014

When the RMS Titanic sank in 1912, there were only 705 people that actually survived the terrible tragedy, got rescued by the Carpathia, and eventually made it to New York City after a long dismal voyage at sea on the “Ship of Widows.” While some people were able to put the pieces back together of their […]

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Titanic Survivors Stories Part One – Dorothy Gibson

October 24, 2014

Back in 1912, the mighty unsinkable ship, the RMS Titanic was on its maiden voyage taking both the richest and poorest people in the world from England to New York City.  Four days into the maiden voyage, the worst thing in the world happened, and the Titanic brushed up against an iceberg, popped the metal […]

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Titanic Survivors Stories Part Two – Helen Churchill Candee

October 22, 2014

Helen Churchill Candee was on board the RMS Titanic on its one and only voyage. On the memorable night of April 14, 1912, the mighty Titanic rubbed its side along a massive iceberg, and the damage was severe enough that the ship was doomed to sink in a matter of hours. Though most of the […]

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Titanic Survivor Stories Part One – Helen Churchill Candee

October 12, 2014

Whether people are the survivors of a terrible disaster, like the sinking of the RMS Titanic, or some other disaster, it takes an incredible amount of courage to be able to face certain death, and then pick the pieces up of their life, in order to go on.  Once the 705 survivors of the RMS […]

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