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RMS Titanic

written by: steffiebuzz
 
Titanic was intended to dominate the transatlantic travel business. A luxurious miracle of twentieth-century technology, the super liner was equipped with the most ingenious safety devices of the time.

Question 1:

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What year did the "unsinkable" Titanic strike an iceberg in the Atlantic?
1912
1882
1922
1892


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Question 2:


How many successful voyages did superliner Titanic make?
1
5
2
0

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Second-class and third-class accommodation, as well as common rooms on Titanic were considered as opulent as first-class accommodation on many other ships of the day.
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False


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Question 4:


Titanic's voyage across the Atlantic bound for New York City began where?
Southampton, England
Queenstown, Ireland
London, England
Cherbourg, France

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Titanic was the first ship to use "SOS" as a distress call.
False
True


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Question 6:

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Of a total of 2,223 passengers on Titanic, only 706 survived the wreck.
False
True


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Question 7:

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At 11:40 PM, while Titanic was sailing south of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, lookouts spotted a large iceberg directly ahead of the ship. Approximately how long did it take to lower the first life boat?
2 hours
1 hour
1.5 hours
3 hours


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Question 8:

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Who was the Captain of RMS Titanic?
Captain James Cook
Captain John Smith
Captain Edward J. Smith
Captain Stephen Decatur


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Question 9:


The RMS Titanic carried more lifeboats than required by law at the time.
True
False

Question 10:


The entire complement of RMS Titanic's Engineering Department drowned.
True
False

 


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