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- Whats your name love ? dawson rose dawson
- Me, Myself, and I
- ARE YOU READY TO GO BACK TO TITANIC ?
R.I.P evey1 that died on the titanic R.I,P all the other mother fathers and children that died or even lost somebody in this horrible event so soooooooooo many people know about that r.m.s titanic yes it is real and it did happen this is not fake just becouse the made a movie there are people round the world that have found pices of the titanic
the titanic on around 11th of april the hudge unsinkble ship set sail to go to newyork the ship only lasted 3 days (badpart) as they got to the icy sea were there were icebergs the ship sank at 2.46 in the moring leaving over 2225 millon people hit the horrible icy sea and froze to death R,IP
sorry to allthe people that have lost a loved 1
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- OK THERES FAR TOO MANY TITANIC HATERS AND ITS OK THEY HAVE THERE OBENEN BUT YOU KNOW THERE BEING SO HORRIBLE TO US THAT LOVE IT PLEASE HELP ME STOP THEM
- cora was a 3rd class girl her nad her father were lucky to get tickets cora is the little girl and the start of the film with her daddy saying look daddy theres a ship and is holding her doll and she is in lots of jacks picks evey wondered what happened to her ? did she live did hse die if she did how ? watch this vido its shit sad the little girls cora R.I.P Hunii http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahYHd...
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Daddy and I were running up the stairs with water rushing up behind us. The gates were closed. They were locked. We were stuck.
“Cora, go to the top of the gate”, said daddy.
A wave went up and took daddy!
“Daddy!”, I called out running after him.
“No Cora, I love you, now run up and save yourself!”, said daddy and he floated through the water.
I found a hole in the wall and climbed into it. I hoped it would take me out. I came out and I saw people falling down the deck, and the water was taking them. A lady took my hand and took me out.
”No I have to find my daddy! I have to get my daddy!” I said
“No come on girl, we have to go!”, said the lady.
The lady fell into the water and I didn’t know what to do! People were all around me trying to save themselves with me just standing there. I didn’t know what to do until a man and a lady came up and grabbed me. It was Jack and Rose.
”Cora, where is your dad?”, yelled Jack.
”I don’t know, the water took him, and I’m scared!”, I said back.
”Okay well come with us we have to stay on the ship as long as possible, Jack yelled.
We ran towards the top of the ship with Jack holding on to Rose and carrying me. We were hanging onto the rails as the ship went up into the air.
”Jack!”, yelled Rose, “This is where we first met!”
Jack kissed Rose on the forehead and then it happened. The ship went up too far and broke. Then the ship went down into we hung onto the rail. Rose and me were screaming.
”Come on”, yelled Jack, “We have to move!”
Jack climbed up to the other side of the railing while holding me.
”Rose, I will pull you over, just give me your hand”, said Jack.
Rose stopped for a moment and then Jack pulled Rose over and we stood there as the ship went down.
”What’s happening Jack?”, yelled Rose. “I don’t know”, said Jack, looking at the water.
”Ok, take a deep breath and hold it right before we enter the water. The ship will suck us down. Kick for the surface and keep kicking. DO NOT let go of my hand”, yelled Jack as he stood in the middle of Rose and I, holding our hands. “We’re gonna make it girls, trust me.”
”I trust you”, said Rose and I at the same time.
Then it happened. We went right into the water as the boat went down. It was so cold. We were all struggling to hold on to each other in the water. Rose, Jack, and I finally got up to the surface.
”We have to swim, now!”, yelled Jack.
We found a big piece of wood and a deck chair that were close together. Jack took a piece of rope out of his pocket and tied them together. He laid me down on the deck chair and Rose and Jack went on the big piece of wood. No one said anything for a little bit.
”Jack, where’s my daddy now?”
“I am sorry Cora, but I don’t know.”
”He’s probably dead.”, I said.
“Cora, honey, now how would you know that?”, said Rose.
“Well we couldn’t get through the gates, cause they were stuck, and the water came up and took daddy, and I ran after him, but he said he loved me and to save myself, so I went through a hole in the wall onto the deck and a lady took me, but then she fell in the water, then you and Jack came and picked me up and saved me, but I still want my daddy.”
”Cora he could still be safe and sound in a lifeboat or on something in the water, you never know.”, said Jack.
”Maybe”, I responded.
Then we sat there in silence for something that seemed like forever, until Jack saw a light.
”Rose, Cora, I see a boat.”
Rose woke up and they yelled “COME BACK, COME BACK”!
”Come about!”, yelled the officer.
I was lying there, asleep, but barely breathing. The last thing I remember was Jack picking me up and laying me on something, and then feeling warmer. I remember my frozen hair ripping off the deck chair and Jack saying my name. Then I woke up and it was light out, and Jack
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There is a grave in Halifax - a humdrum, unadorned marker, modest in comparison with many of its fellows, victims all of the RMS Titanic disaster. The stone at Fairview Lawn cemetery in Nova Scotia bears the number 227, the date of the epoch-making disaster, and the terse inscription of a name: "J. Dawson." For years it was just another name, a headstone and a footnote. Until a 1997 cinematic blockbuster that propelled the Titanic catastrophe back to the forefront of public consciousness. J. Dawson didn't matter until James Cameron made the fictitious character of Jack Dawson a vehicle for his ice-struck love story. Leonardo Di Caprio broke more than the heart of his screen sweetheart, the equally fictitious first class passenger Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet). A modern generation of young females pined for the young vagabond - and allowed their tears to blur their perceptions of reality. Websites like Encyclopedia Titanica were plagued with questions asking whether Jack and Rose were real people. The grave marker suddenly became a focal point for adolescent emotion. The nondescript body fished from the sea by the Mackay-Bennett and buried in Canadian clay on May 8, 1912, was now a "somebody." Floral tributes sprouted in front of the J. Dawson stone. Admirers left photographs of Di Caprio and of themselves, tucked cinema stubs beside the granite, took photographs and clippings of grass, even left hotel keys... Movie director James Cameron has said he had no idea there was a Dawson on shipboard back in April 1912. There are those who don't believe him, choosing to see instead the hint of an eponymous "jackdaw" plucking an attractive name - and subtly creating an extra strand to the myth.
Photos: Left: Leonardo Di Caprio in Titanic (1997 © 20th Century Fox);
Right: Grave 227 at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia (© Bob Knuckle, Canada)
So who WAS the real Jack Dawson?
A Discovery channel documentary to be aired across the USA in January 2001 addresses that question, drawing on new research in which I have played a part through my book, The Irish Aboard Titanic, the first text to draw attention to the real identity of body 227. Many more details have been unearthed in further research since.
Titanic folklorists long held to the oddly unshakeable belief that J. Dawson was a James, but this is now shown to be just another false assumption. His dungarees and other clothing immediately identified him as a member of the crew when his remains were recovered, and it is ironical that there are indications that Dawson had gone to some length at the time of deepest crisis to assert his right to an identity.
Off-duty when the impact occurred, crewman Dawson had time to root through this dunnage bag to equip himself with his National Sailors and Firemen's Union card - before finally being allowed topside with the rest of the black gang when all the boats were gone. It appears the 23-year-old was determined that if the worst should come to the worst, then at least his body might be identified for the sake of far-flung loved ones.
And so it proved. Card number 35638 gave the key - the corpse was that of one who signed himself J. Dawson. The name duly appears on the Titanic sign-on lists. J. Dawson was a trimmer, a stokehold slave who channelled coal to the firemen at the furnaces, all the time keeping the black mountains on a level plateau, so that no imbalances were caused to threaten the trim, or even-keel of the ship.
The sign-on papers yielded more - that Dawson was a 23-year-old, much younger than the estimated 30 years of age thought by the recovery crew who pulled him from the Atlantic's grasp. His address was given as 70 Briton Street, Southampton, and his home town listed as Dublin, Ireland.
But the man whose body wore no shoes - many firemen pulled off their heavy workboots on the poop deck of the Titanic before the stern inverted, hoping to save themselves by swimming [Thomas Dillon was one of
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