THE TITANIC SHIP WRECK

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This is a children's book about the tragic story when The Titanic crashed into an iceberg and killed many passengers on the ship.

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  • THE TITANIC SHIP WRECK
  • My name is Frank Browne and I like to take pictures of the Titanic
  • When I was 17 my uncle gave me a camera and I fell in love with photography and before long i was snapping that shutter everywhere I went.
  • Thank you I love it!
  • Here you go I got you a camera
  • I started exploring photography and I came across the Titanic. I thought that this 182 feet long and 175 feet tall boat was really interesting so I did some research on it.
  • The Titanic was built in 1909-1911 in Belfast, Ireland whoa that took 3 years to build!
  • When i was 32 years old I recieved another gift from my uncle in the mail, it was a ticket to the amazing Titanic, although it wasn't always so wonderful because on April 14, 1912 the Titanic crashed into an iceberg and sadly sank in the ocean, I was one of the 712 survives from the accident
  • Nice to meet you!!
  • I met some of the crew members they said there was around 900 crew members. I also met the captain his names was Captain Edward J. Smith.
  • I'm Captain Edward J. Smith
  • the titanic was scheduled to leave Belfast for her brief sea trials Monday April 1st 1912 high winds delayed it to the next morning.
  • honk honk!!
  • Some of the richest people got into first class. First class had the nicest rooms and were treated better. Today some first class tickets would cost 70,000 dollars.
  • On April 15th 1912 the Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank sadly taking over 1178 people with it. like I said earlier 712 people survived.
  • While the Titanic had over 2200 passengers there were only enough lifeboats to carry 1200 people.
  • The remains of the Titanic ship wreck sit on the sea bed over 12400 feet beneath the surface of the ocean
  • And that's the Titanic ship wreck story!!!
  • THE END!
  • By- Emily McNally, Abby Scott, and Steve Medina

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