The Titanic Wouldn't Have Sunk
Many things went wrong on that day including a miscalculated maneuver at the last moment that sank the giant 883-feet-long liner. Several naval experts believed that a head-on collision with the 100-feet-tall iceberg would have destroyed the glacier, causing minor damage to the RMS Titanic. The ship's first officer William McMaster Murdoch decided to make a turn at the last moment, which resulted in a side ward collision and the damage of sensitive compartments. Titanic's frontal compartments were strongly built to withstand minor to major collisions.
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