Titanic Story and History

Movie recording history Real images of the first and only departure of the “Titanic” in 1912. Before sinking to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean

RMS Titanic is a transatlantic passenger ship that sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after hitting an iceberg during his first trip from Southampton. England to New York City Of the united states The sinking of the Titanic As a result, 1,514 deaths were considered as one of the deadliest sea disasters in the history of the Titanic. It was once the largest movable object made by humans while traveling. First trip Is one of three Olympic class passenger ships operated by White Star Line Built between 1909-1911 by the Harland Andrew Wolff Shipyard in Belfast, carrying 2,223 passengers.

Passengers aboard every class Including the richest people in the world And there are over a thousand immigrants from Great Britain and Ireland, Scandinavia, etc., who are traveling to seek new life in North America.

The Titanic is a ship of the White Star Line shipping line. Which opened a new era for the fleet industry Because it is the first ship in the world that is built in metal and can accommodate up to 2,435 people, length 269.0622 meters, width 28.194 meters, the size of the ship is 46,328 tons divided into 9 classes. The boat is designed to be the most comfortable and luxurious. There are gymnasiums, a swimming pool, a library, a high-class restaurant and many rooms. There is also a powerful wireless telegraph which is provided for the convenience of passengers. The same applies to operation, but although the Titanic has advanced security features, such as waterproof rooms and waterproof doors that operate remotely. Still lacking enough lifeboats to carry all the passengers on the boat Due to outdated sea safety regulations Therefore there are enough lifeboats for only 1,178 passengers, more than half of those who travel with the boat on the first trip a little. And one-third of the total passenger and crew capacity only (By GMT-3) the ricochet collided, causing the Titanic hull.

The damage Water spilled into the boat. Then opened all the basements, but the 4th floor was damaged by fire from coal storage Causing the 4th floor wall to not be able to withstand the water pressure Resulting in water spilling inside the boat In two hours Thirty minutes later, the water slowly flowed into the boat and sank. Some passengers and crew members were evacuated on the lifeboat. With a large number of lifeboats being discharged into the water, but not yet carrying more than 90% of the men in the second class seats Was left on the boat because of regulations “Women and children first” followed by staff carrying the lifeboat before 2.20 hrs. Slightly, the Titanic broke and sank, with more than a thousand people on board. People in the water died within minutes of overheating. (hypothermia) caused by dipping in a frozen ocean. 710 survivors were aboard the RMS Carpathia a few hours later.

The disaster has shocked the world and angered by the loss of life. And the failure of regulations and operations that lead to that disaster Public hearings in England and the United States bring major developments in maritime safety. One of the most important legacies is the establishment of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) in 1914, which still controls marine safety to this day. Many survivors lost all their money and belongings and were left with many families, especially the crew members from Southampton. Lost the pillars of the family They are helped by the public sympathy and donations of the foundation.