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Titanic: the Great Human Error

Summary: Today, we have learned from mistakes such as what happened on Titanic. We have enough lifeboats for our passengers. We have practice drills for preparation of disasters. We also have more than one radio operator so that they can share the shifts. Hopefully, these safety measures will prevent a tragedy like Titanic from ever occurring again.
The facts in this essay come from the article "R.M.S. Titanic" by Hanson W. Baldwin. The opinions and analyses of the facts are my own. Hanson W. Baldwin was a military correspondent and editor at several organizations, and his longest association was with The New York Times. HE covered battles in WWII, and won the Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles on the war in the South Pacific. His source for writing the history of the Titanic were logs, interviews, and written accounts of the events that happened the night the ship sank. The Titanic was the largest ship ever built as of April 1912. Weighing slightly over 92,000,000 pounds, it was also the heaviest ship ever built up to that time. The ship was named "unsinkable" due to its double-bottomed hull and 16 watertight hull compartments. Four of those compartments could be breached, and...

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