Submitted on 8 June 2015 - 4:01pm
In second class, we have been learning about The Titanic. We have been looking at primary and secondary sources to learn more about The Titanic. We looked at statements and evidence from people on board The Titanic and nearby ships such as the S.S. Californian to solve the mystery of who was most responsible for The Titanic's sinking. What we found out, was that a lot of people were in some way responsible. The majority of the class believed that William Murdoch, the chief officer of The Titanic, was most responsible as he reversed the engines, causing the ship to hit the iceberg at an angle instead of head on.