RMS Titanic Essay | Sunken Dreams: The Tragic End of the Titanic

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Sunken Dreams: The Tragic End of the Titanic

Summary: A history of the Titanic ship tragedy, including events leading up to its launch and facts about the events that led to the ship's sinking in 1912.
Titanic was known around the world as the "Ship of Dreams." Built by White Star, owned by Bruce J. Ismay, Titanic was expected to be Greatest Ocean Liner of its time. It was a marvelous ship that boosted the economy, carrying huge loads of mail, food, machines, fabric, and other trade goods. The building of Titanic was also a main achievement in the Industrial Revolution. A wide variety of people from all over the world attained tickets to be passengers on the "unsinkable" ship. It was a ticket to freedom and employment for some, luxury and pleasure for others. However, it would prove to be a ticket to disaster as the hopes and dreams of R.M.S. Titanic and its passengers are drowned forever in the frigid darkness of the Atlantic Ocean.

Since the beginning of the Twentieth Century, White Star...

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