R.S.M. TITANIC   CENTENARY 2012
THE OLYMPIC CLASS            .» The RMS Titanic was the second of a  TRIO OF LINERS, the Olympic class,  which was intende...
LET’S LEARN A LITTLEBIT ABOUT ITS STORY …
THE IDEA• The story of Titanic and its two twin ships  began one night in 1907 in London.• Lord James Pirri, senior partne...
THE SHIPS• They decided to construct  three of three most  impressive ships in the  world. The first would be  called The ...
– The RMS Olympic was launched in  1911, The Titanic in 1912, and the  Britannic (previously the RMS  Gigantic) in 1915, b...
UNSINKABLE»These steamers would be superior in size, luxury and capacity to any of the liners built before and they would ...
THE BUILDER• The ships were  designed by  Thomas  Andrews and  were the  property of The  White Star Line
THE SHIP YARDS» The three liners were built at Harland  and Wolff ship yard in Belfast (North  Ireland, United Kingdom)
THE CONSTRUCTION :Two years of hard work y £1.5 million           (€306.2 today)
HARLAND and WOLFF ship yard in Belfast
• 12 HORSES PULLING A   16 TONNE ANCHOR
THE HULL
THE PROPELLERS
THE AIR VENT AND BOILER
THE KEEL AND THE    ANCHOR
THE BRIDGE
INSIDE THE SHIP
THE GRAND STAIRCASE
THE BIG GLASS DOME
ONE OF THE LOUNGES
THE GYM
ANOTHER OF THE MAIN     LOUNGES
FIRST CLASS DINING       ROOM
FIRST CLASS CABIN
SECOND CLASS DINING      ROOM
SECOND CLASS   CABIN
THIRD CLASS DINING       ROOM
THE DEPARTURE• The morning of Wednesday 10th of  April 1912 was bright and breezy …•   …
GREAT EXPECTATIONCOULD BE FELT IN THE AIR
THE TITANIC WOULD FOLLOW THE ROUTE FROM SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW               YORK• The liner set off from Southampton, on its ...
CAPTAIN SMITH ARRIVED      AT 7:00 AM         • The Titanic´s           maiden voyage was           going to be his last  ...
THE CREW• Shortly afterwards the other  members arrived.
HENRY WILDE   and WILLIAM MURDOCH• HENRY WILDE  was the Chief  Commander.• WILLIAM  MURDOCH was  the First Officer.
THE FIRST PASSENGERS  ARRIVED AT 9:00AM           • Thomas             Andrews the             architect of the           ...
THE PRESIDENT          • J. Bruce Ismay,            chairman of            White Star Line,            embarked a little  ...
OTHER 1st CLASS  PASSENGERS       • Isidor Straus and         wife , owners of the         important         department st...
JACOB ASTOR AND WIFE          • Jacob Astor a            millionaire            businessman,            considered the    ...
BENJAMINGUGGENHEIM       • Benjamin         Guggenheim,         copper industry         magnate, who         travelled wit...
SECOND CLASS• The second class  was composed by  teachers,  businessmen,  professionals with  moderate incomes,  who const...
THIRD CLASS• The majority of the third class passengers  were Irish, who boarded at Queenstown  (Ireland) and were mostly ...
THE NUMBER OF      PASSENGERSAt that time there were about2,227 passengers on board theTitanic. However, it isimpossible t...
THE SHIP DEPARTED   AT NOON… …
TOWARDS ITS DOOM• Despite receiving three  messages warning of the  presence of ice ,neither of  the two most important me...
SUNDAY 14 th April 1912On this day the Titanic saw the light for the last time.
THE ICEBERG• At 11:40 PM     the giant was  sailing across a  calm sea when  a huge chunk  of ice floating  in the waters,...
THE SINKING• 2 hours and 40 minutes after impact  against the iceberg, at 2:20AM on  Monday April 15th, the Titanic sank, ...
More than 1500 people PERISHED in the worstmaritime disaster in history.   Most in           cludin        g the c    we n...
THE ORCHESTRA        • It is said that the          orchestra continued,          playing the tune"          Nearer, my Go...
THE BOATS AND THE      CARPATHIA• Only a few lucky  passengers  (mostly first  class) survived in  the few lifeboats  whic...
CAUSES OF SHIPWRECK• The Titanic was  divided by 16 doors  into 15 watertight  compartments• The boat was  designed to sur...
WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF IT HAD COLLIDED HEAD ON …?- Perhaps two or three compartments   would have flooded, but the sh...
THE NEWS ABOUT THE      DISASTER• The disaster caused a sensation at  the time. But people were involved  in the disaster ...
• As time passed by the  shipwreck came to  symbolise, the precise  moment in that century  when the human race lost  its ...
THE SEARCH     • From the very first       moment it       disappeared in the       cold waters of the       North Atlanti...
ROBERT BALLARD       • Robert Ballard was,         together with the         French Institute for         maritime        ...
THE PLACE OF THE         SHIPWRECK• The liner was  found at nearly  4,000 metres  deep in the  North Atlantic,  625 KM  so...
THE GRAVE• There the ship  has lain since  the disaster, like  a monument to  human ambition.
EXPEDITIONS• After its  location the  first  investigation  expeditions  began and the  remains of the  shipwreck  were re...
THE REMAINS• Thanks to these  expeditions they  could recover and  preserve most of the  original objects and  put them on...
SOME EXAMPLES
TITANIC: THE EXHIBITION• We are going to see most of these  objets on our next trip to Barcelona  because they will on dis...
MILVINA DEAN• Millvina Dean  was the last  survivor of  The Titanic.  She died on  2nd June 2009 •She was just a baby when...
THE LEGEND• With her death legend  and reality will merge  forever, in the story of  one of the giants of the  20th century.
THE TRAGEDY THAT  CHANGED OUR LIVES• The sinking of the Titanic brought  about a strict regulation of many  safety measure...
FIN
POWERPOINT   TRANSLATED BY TOURISM STUDENTSFROM IES MONASTIL IN COMMEMORATION OF  THE CENTENARY OF     THE TITANIC
1912- 2012
GRUPO DE TRABAJO•   CARRANZA ALVES ,ESTHER•   DOMENE PRATS, FRANCISCO•   FELIPE MENOR, Mª JOSÉ•   FERNÁNDEZ DOMINGUEZ, JES...
WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT?• 1. What were the shipyards where the  Titanic was built called?• 2. Who was its builder?• 3. What c...
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    1. 1. R.S.M. TITANIC CENTENARY 2012
    2. 2. THE OLYMPIC CLASS .» The RMS Titanic was the second of a TRIO OF LINERS, the Olympic class, which was intended to dominate the transatlantic voyage market in the early 20th century.
    3. 3. LET’S LEARN A LITTLEBIT ABOUT ITS STORY …
    4. 4. THE IDEA• The story of Titanic and its two twin ships began one night in 1907 in London.• Lord James Pirri, senior partner of one of the largest shipyards in the world, (Harland and Wolf of Belfast) invited J. Bruce Ismay, Managing Director of White Star Line shipping company to dinner at his mansion.
    5. 5. THE SHIPS• They decided to construct three of three most impressive ships in the world. The first would be called The Olympic, the second The Titanic and the third The Gigantic (after the tragedy of the Titanic the name was changed to The Britannic)
    6. 6. – The RMS Olympic was launched in 1911, The Titanic in 1912, and the Britannic (previously the RMS Gigantic) in 1915, but the breakout of the First World War turned it into a hospital ship.
    7. 7. UNSINKABLE»These steamers would be superior in size, luxury and capacity to any of the liners built before and they would be so safe that could be declared “unsinkable”
    8. 8. THE BUILDER• The ships were designed by Thomas Andrews and were the property of The White Star Line
    9. 9. THE SHIP YARDS» The three liners were built at Harland and Wolff ship yard in Belfast (North Ireland, United Kingdom)
    10. 10. THE CONSTRUCTION :Two years of hard work y £1.5 million (€306.2 today)
    11. 11. HARLAND and WOLFF ship yard in Belfast
    12. 12. • 12 HORSES PULLING A 16 TONNE ANCHOR
    13. 13. THE HULL
    14. 14. THE PROPELLERS
    15. 15. THE AIR VENT AND BOILER
    16. 16. THE KEEL AND THE ANCHOR
    17. 17. THE BRIDGE
    18. 18. INSIDE THE SHIP
    19. 19. THE GRAND STAIRCASE
    20. 20. THE BIG GLASS DOME
    21. 21. ONE OF THE LOUNGES
    22. 22. THE GYM
    23. 23. ANOTHER OF THE MAIN LOUNGES
    24. 24. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM
    25. 25. FIRST CLASS CABIN
    26. 26. SECOND CLASS DINING ROOM
    27. 27. SECOND CLASS CABIN
    28. 28. THIRD CLASS DINING ROOM
    29. 29. THE DEPARTURE• The morning of Wednesday 10th of April 1912 was bright and breezy …• …
    30. 30. GREAT EXPECTATIONCOULD BE FELT IN THE AIR
    31. 31. THE TITANIC WOULD FOLLOW THE ROUTE FROM SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK• The liner set off from Southampton, on its maiden voyage on 10th of April 1912 at midday. It arrived at Cherbourg in France at 6:30 AM, and came back to Queenstown, in Ireland on 11th of April 1912 at 11:30 AM to pick up third class passengers.
    32. 32. CAPTAIN SMITH ARRIVED AT 7:00 AM • The Titanic´s maiden voyage was going to be his last journey before retiring at the age of 62.
    33. 33. THE CREW• Shortly afterwards the other members arrived.
    34. 34. HENRY WILDE and WILLIAM MURDOCH• HENRY WILDE was the Chief Commander.• WILLIAM MURDOCH was the First Officer.
    35. 35. THE FIRST PASSENGERS ARRIVED AT 9:00AM • Thomas Andrews the architect of the Titanic, was the first passenger to board the ship at Southampton.
    36. 36. THE PRESIDENT • J. Bruce Ismay, chairman of White Star Line, embarked a little later.
    37. 37. OTHER 1st CLASS PASSENGERS • Isidor Straus and wife , owners of the important department store Macy’s in New York
    38. 38. JACOB ASTOR AND WIFE • Jacob Astor a millionaire businessman, considered the richest passenger aboard.
    39. 39. BENJAMINGUGGENHEIM • Benjamin Guggenheim, copper industry magnate, who travelled with his lover.
    40. 40. SECOND CLASS• The second class was composed by teachers, businessmen, professionals with moderate incomes, who constituted the middle class of the time.• Examples of them are the Pierre Rousseau and his assistant or Leontine P. Aubart, a cabaret singer.
    41. 41. THIRD CLASS• The majority of the third class passengers were Irish, who boarded at Queenstown (Ireland) and were mostly modest people who were emigrating to the US in search of a new life.
    42. 42. THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERSAt that time there were about2,227 passengers on board theTitanic. However, it isimpossible to determine exactlythe number of people aboardbecause of the presence ofsome clandestine passengers.So the exact number of victimscan´t beknown.
    43. 43. THE SHIP DEPARTED AT NOON… …
    44. 44. TOWARDS ITS DOOM• Despite receiving three messages warning of the presence of ice ,neither of the two most important men on the boat: Captain Smith and the President of White Star Line, Bruce Ismay did anything about it.
    45. 45. SUNDAY 14 th April 1912On this day the Titanic saw the light for the last time.
    46. 46. THE ICEBERG• At 11:40 PM the giant was sailing across a calm sea when a huge chunk of ice floating in the waters, about 600 miles from Newfoundland got in its way.
    47. 47. THE SINKING• 2 hours and 40 minutes after impact against the iceberg, at 2:20AM on Monday April 15th, the Titanic sank, split into two halves.
    48. 48. More than 1500 people PERISHED in the worstmaritime disaster in history. Most in cludin g the c we n t d aptain, own wi died by .th the s hypoth hip oro f th e l ermia b ow wat er temp ecause th e A tl erature antic. in .
    49. 49. THE ORCHESTRA • It is said that the orchestra continued, playing the tune" Nearer, my God, to Thee" (Mas Cerca, Oh Dios de ti) until the ship completely disappeared under water.
    50. 50. THE BOATS AND THE CARPATHIA• Only a few lucky passengers (mostly first class) survived in the few lifeboats which were carried by the ship, and they were picked up by another ship, the CARPATHIA.
    51. 51. CAUSES OF SHIPWRECK• The Titanic was divided by 16 doors into 15 watertight compartments• The boat was designed to survive if the first three compartments flooded, and perhaps even the fourth, but not if the first five became inundated.
    52. 52. WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF IT HAD COLLIDED HEAD ON …?- Perhaps two or three compartments would have flooded, but the ship wouldn’t have sunk.• What made the Titanic sink was a series of little cracks along the first six compartments.
    53. 53. THE NEWS ABOUT THE DISASTER• The disaster caused a sensation at the time. But people were involved in the disaster to realise that it meant the end of an era and the beginning of another.
    54. 54. • As time passed by the shipwreck came to symbolise, the precise moment in that century when the human race lost its innocence and its feeling of safety.
    55. 55. THE SEARCH • From the very first moment it disappeared in the cold waters of the North Atlantic, its discovery became the aim of oceanographers, historians, treasure hunters….
    56. 56. ROBERT BALLARD • Robert Ballard was, together with the French Institute for maritime Investigation (IFREMER) the man who found the ship on 1st September 1985 at 1:05 AM in its ocean grave .
    57. 57. THE PLACE OF THE SHIPWRECK• The liner was found at nearly 4,000 metres deep in the North Atlantic, 625 KM southeast Newfoundland.
    58. 58. THE GRAVE• There the ship has lain since the disaster, like a monument to human ambition.
    59. 59. EXPEDITIONS• After its location the first investigation expeditions began and the remains of the shipwreck were rescued.
    60. 60. THE REMAINS• Thanks to these expeditions they could recover and preserve most of the original objects and put them on display to the general public.
    61. 61. SOME EXAMPLES
    62. 62. TITANIC: THE EXHIBITION• We are going to see most of these objets on our next trip to Barcelona because they will on display at this travelling exhibition.
    63. 63. MILVINA DEAN• Millvina Dean was the last survivor of The Titanic. She died on 2nd June 2009 •She was just a baby when she embarked.
    64. 64. THE LEGEND• With her death legend and reality will merge forever, in the story of one of the giants of the 20th century.
    65. 65. THE TRAGEDY THAT CHANGED OUR LIVES• The sinking of the Titanic brought about a strict regulation of many safety measures on board ships, the development of X rays, the increased use of the radio frequency and electronic systems, and as a consequence wider use of TV, telephony, computers and communications systems that we have in society today.
    66. 66. FIN
    67. 67. POWERPOINT TRANSLATED BY TOURISM STUDENTSFROM IES MONASTIL IN COMMEMORATION OF THE CENTENARY OF THE TITANIC
    68. 68. 1912- 2012
    69. 69. GRUPO DE TRABAJO• CARRANZA ALVES ,ESTHER• DOMENE PRATS, FRANCISCO• FELIPE MENOR, Mª JOSÉ• FERNÁNDEZ DOMINGUEZ, JESÚS• GARCIA ABRIL, Mª CARMEN• GUARINOS CABRERA RODOLFO• HERNÁNDEZ VIDAL, GEMMA• JIMÉNEZ PERICÁS, JESÚS• JUAN GONZÁLEZ, CLEMENTE• PLANELLES GALIANO, REMEI• SABUCO, ALBA• SALVADOR MORÁN, EMILIA
    70. 70. WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT?• 1. What were the shipyards where the Titanic was built called?• 2. Who was its builder?• 3. What city did it set off from?• 4.How many stopovers did she make?• 5. On which day did it sink?• 6. When were its remains found?• 7. Who found them?• 8. What is the tavelling exhibition in Barcelona called?• 9. Who was the last survivor?• 10.When did she die?

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