There was a total of 2201 people on board the Titanic. When Carpathia arrived in New York City with the Titanic survivors, people were not able to rest from their ordeal because an ambitious senator named William Alden Smith decided that there were questions that had to be answered as to what happened. When the ship finally slipped under the surface, those brave men went down with the ship. Water then poured into the ships watertight compartments. Doing that would be as stupid as rearranging deck chairs while the ship was floundering. Also, he was informed that placing straps of metal against the hull would reinforce the hull and he did this only for boiler room 6. The Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean, about 350 miles 531 km southeast of Newfoundland, Canada, having covered most of hertrans-Atlantic crossing.
Phillips and Bride did not work for White Star, instead, they worked exclusively for Marconi, and as such, had a tendency to put their own business first. Ironically a similar thing occurred on the night of the 13 th of January, 2012 when the Italian cruise ship Concordia ventured too close to Giglio Island on the west coast of Italy. He later turned the offer down saying his brother was dying and wanted to care for him. At about 2:10, the whole ship was on a 120 degreeangle. Therewas no panic or rush at first but when the water started to fillup, the panic rose. On the night of April 14 th, the Californian had come upon the same ice field that the Titanic was in, and Lord had decided that it was simply too dark to navigate around the icebergs safely. He also was persuaded to stay at the speed of 24 Knots by Bruce Ismay just so they could make the crossing in six days.
Molly Brown and the others in the lifeboat including Hichens all survived the sinking of the Titanic. If the ship had hit the iceberg head-on, the damagewould not have been as severe as the number of watertightcompartments would have been minimal. That collision at the last moment was his fault. Bruce Ismay Thomas Andrews Walter Lord My opinion I think everyone I have mentioned is to blame, but not to the same extent. He resigned his captainship of the other ship he served on after the Titanic sank and then he moved to Nelson in British Columbia, Canada and bought a farm there. Because of what he believed, many people died.
It was not because the owners wanted the ship to beat the across the Atlantic speed record. But being back aft, I was facing the ship's stern and hard to my right was the only way to get the ship to go hard to port. The deaths of these unfortunate people were brought about because of the stupidity of nine persons. A firing interval of one minute was specified. Even when they finally left their cabins and reached the decks and the women were told to climb into the lifeboats, many of them had to be forced into the boats. It all happened because of confusion about steering orders in that era. I noticed on my way aft that there was an American destroyer moving along the starboard side of us and it was quite close to us.
It left the immediate area of the ship with only 28 people in the lifeboat. Theories on how the Titanic sankThe Titanic had many theories on how it sank, here are a few. They were the outer hull and the inner hull, Alas, the steel used for both hulls were low grade steel, The reason why Ismay chose that kind of steel was that it was cheaper than high grade steel. After all, only a couple of years after the Titanic the world launched another tragedy which cost the lives of millions of its people. It was established that while in the lifeboat, his actions were that of a coward. The remains of the Titanic were eventuallylocated approximately 13 miles southeast of the location of herlast distress call.
But then saying this some-one could be more worth blaming than the other. Do we have all the answers? He went down with his ship. As an interesting aside, I want to tell you about two of the lifeboats as they were being lowered into the water. The first class boarded the ship through the main, top deck, while the second class waited around while they were checked for lice and other diseases. Part of blame belongs to the engineering that went into making the ship. There are many theories about what cause the sinking and how it could have been avoided. The one person who contributed the most to the catastrophe, Ismay, survived only to be publicly reviled and ostracized from British society.
The Titanic had many theories on how it sank, it also had many errors which caused millions of deaths, and had a theory that I believe is true. Personally, I think the actual story of the Titanic is just as interesting as the movie Preview: Today, I hope to teach you some interesting facts about this amazing ship. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. However, when it became clear that the ship was in real danger of sinking and there were far less lifeboats than was needed, then the violent shoving by passengers to get on board the remaining lifeboats began in earnest. It's believed that both the bow and stern took about five or sixminutes to sink.
This ship was named Titanic. But most importantly, the Captain has the ultimate authority and responsibility, and did eventually go down with his ship. It is unclear whether any survivors were found after Lifeboat No. No one really believed him. Smith - Went to bed and ignored the warnings he had received about the ice field ahead but to be fair couldn't be expected to stay awake the whole journey, and had a second in command whose reactions could have been the captain's -Told Jack Phillips Radio Operator to ignore the ice warnings and to send the first class Easter messages. It can be agreed that the company is mostly, if not completely to blame for the sinking of The Titanic.