Wealthy Passengers On The Titanic: The Millionaires

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Janetta Schuch: There have been uncounted bits on Titanic but this one is so creative & one of the best ever.

wheelmanstan: It's very interesting in who survived and who didn't. Men in second class had an 8% survival rate, as low as it gets, lower than 3rd class. Then you see only 50% of 3rd class children lived. More male crew survived than male passengers and female crew had a 91% chance of survival. The crew knew to get their butts on those boats and STILL they weren't filled to capacity. They were basically a little over half full and only started loading people 30 minutes after firing rockets which was an hours after impact. They never even loaded 2 of them, one only had 12! It was supposed to have 12 more boats but they thought that would add clutter. Nearly all passengers could be saved with the 20 it had, with 12 more possibly 600 more could be saved. They got more people off the rolling Lusitania in 18 minutes than Titanic could get off in 7x that amount of time. Crazy.

danwat1234: Suppose Warren Buffet was on the Titanic.

chellebelle914: at least he died a gentleman. i doubt if todays wealthiest people would do the same

Titanic 5972: The ship did not have turbine engines. She had Triple Expansion Reciprocating Engines with a Turbine powered by waste steam from the main engines. I wish people would do the tiniest bit of research before commentating these videos.

Sebastien Sade: "In 1861, there were only 3 millionaires in the United States..." Who did your research? Fire them! In 1861, there were 12 millionaires in the state of Louisiana alone; almost as many in Mississippi; at least 5 in California, and then there was the whole east coast----nearly 500 known millionaires in the U.S. at the time of the Civil War.

Pamela Judd: Such a sad day,so many life lost,may they all R.I.P

mmminstrel: At 2:13 she said not spilling anyone's drink of course no ones drink was spilled yes there were people the people eating property had a drink and when it sunk there drinks would have been spilled ;-;

paul Vincelette: love the titanic

Phyllis Bentley: Very nice.
Now make a mini-documentary featuring all the friends and associates of J.P. Morgan and his minions who cancelled their reservations in first class just a matter of DAYS before the "Titanic's" Maiden Voyage.

Danielexo: This is just cringey like it's like a school video for kids Like

James Simmons: Good and I only spotted one error. In the video we hear that the Titanic's engines were the new turbine type. Sorry. There were three engines. The two outboard were the older British Patent piston types. The steam passed through these and was joined together feeding the center engine which was a turbine. The center screw was a different design too. The two outboard engines propelled the ship. The third was primarily a stabilizing addition. By the time the steam passed the guard valve and through each of the three cylinders of each main engine it was joined in volume and, although now pretty low pressure, was able to use the last bit of power through expansion in the smaller turbine on the centerline shaft. All very interesting. A good arrangement that would have lasted decades.

Carlos Rodriguez: Thay don't care about other people who don't have enough money to be like everyone else on first class

Alex J Barnes: 100 million in 1912 is 2,367,400,000 today wow thats rich.

mujjuman: This shows mankind that we are all equal, regardless of how much money you have. We all will someday die, and that's a guarantee.

Phil: Why is 'Mrs Astor' dressed as the fictional character, Rose?

Lotte Larsen: 1.09 that's "Roses" outfit😆😆

Crummy Peanut: Where is Cal Hockley??

Angelica Arellano: I like what the narrator said "All equal in death". No money was able to pay for their life.

LodiTX: You idiot! Titanic didn't leave New York. She sailed from Southampton. Her destination was New York, but in case you haven't heard; she didn't make it.
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