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The Sinking of the Titanic
Created: 04/06/2019

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In the voice of Vincenzo Marinelli: When the Titanic sunk in 1912, I was only 11 years only and I was still living in Italy with my family. My cousin and wife were planning their immigration to America, so when we heard the news that this supposedly unsinkable ship had in fact sunk, I became concerned about the journey that my cousin and his wife would be making. Thankfully, when my cousin and his wife made their voyage to America in 1913, they safely made it to America. The whole family in Italy was worried during their voyage because the sinking of the Titanic was still fresh in our minds. Now, looking back on this tragedy later in my life, I have learned that the ship that I immigrated to America on, the SS Noordam, had actually alerted the Titanic of ice early on in its ill-fated journey. Knowing this makes me relieved that my cousin and his wife safely made their voyage to America in 1913 and that I safely made my voyage to America in 1920. Things could have turned out much differently for all of us if any one thing had gone wrong during our voyages.

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