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  • Sidney

    1. 1. TitanicSydney Fox
    2. 2. • The Titanic was a famous British passenger ship.
    3. 3. • It struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912.
    4. 4. It was traveling fromSouthamton, England to NewYorkCity.
    5. 5. • The Titanic brushed up against an iceberg about 11:40pm on April14.
    6. 6. .• The hit caused a number of small cracks in the side of the ship.
    7. 7. • Also the seams or places where parts were joined came apart in this area.
    8. 8. • Seawater flooded through the front of the ship.
    9. 9. • About 21 hours later the Titanic broke in two and sank.
    10. 10. • The Titanic had only enough life boats for about half of 2,200 passengers and crew.
    11. 11. • The first rescue ship, the Carpathia, arrived on the scene a couple of hours after the Titanic sank.
    12. 12. • The Carpathia saved 705 people, mostly women and children. A total of 1,517 people died.
    13. 13. • The Titanic was the largest and grandest ship of this time.
    14. 14. • Many people believed that it was unsinkable.
    15. 15. • Studies of the disaster showed that the cold Atlantic waters made the steel ships body brittle or easy to break.
    16. 16. • And the ship was traveling too fast in an area where there was danger of icebergs.
    17. 17. • The Titanic was going at to top speed when the iceberg was first seen.
    18. 18. • In 1985 a team of French and America scientists found the wreck of the Titanic.
    19. 19. • It lay in two sections about 400 miles (650kilometers) southeast of what is now new found land and Labrador Canada.

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