RMS Titanic Essay | Class Segregation on the Titanic

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Class Segregation on the Titanic

Summary: Describes life on board the Titanic. Discusses the three different class divisions and explores the type of people in each class. Examines how all three classes were treated upon being rescued by the Carpathia.

So, how was life on board for the three classes? Just think about it. In those days, the accommodations of the third class were already thought to be quite good. Now, think of how the first class led their lives on the Titanic! It must be very luxurious! Now, here is the full detail of how their lives were on board the Titanic.

First class passengers:

The first class passengers consist of the rich and aristocratic people. They are well educated in private schools and have fairly polite manners that are to be taught in their family. They wore clothes that were expensive and elegant. On the Titanic trip, they brought mountains of luggage and suitcases with them. They even brought their maids to serve them while on the journey and also their pet. But, not all were actual aristocrats. They were going for business...

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