wie viele passagiere waren auf der titanic - Die Katastrophe vom April Der Untergang der Titanic. Apr. 50 Kinder schafften es nicht in die Rettungsboote, als die "Titanic" versank. Ein einziges wurde geborgen. Seine Identität lüfteten Forscher erst. - April Die nachfolgende Liste von Hermann Söldner führt alle Passagiere der ersten, zweiten und dritten Klasse auf. Die Liste ist als vollständig zu.
P an alle die es nicht geschafft haben Warum nimmt man auf das Schiff nur so viele Rettungsbote, die für die Hälfte der Passagiere reichen?
Die Bilder von den ganzen Leuten zu sehen die alle tot sind Sogar Kinder die tot sind Auch das mit diesen so jungen Pagen.
Alle gestorben f das war einfach furchtbar diese Tragödie mit der Titanic. Ich find's einfach mega beschissen, dass die Kinder der 3.
I also would have liked to have more of a feel of what it was like to be a passenger on the Titanic with more time spent on the ship, or rather more details about it.
This sounds like I didn't like the book, but I did. Anita Stansfield is always a good indulgence in a bit of "guilty pleasure" and she really does try to show growth and learning from her characters.
Apr 09, Ella rated it really liked it. I am not a "fan" of Mormon fiction by any stretch of the word.
I find the genre as a whole uninspired and droll. There have been a few diamonds in the rough. This however, was almost one of them. I know I gave it 4 stars, so I guess I better explain.
I loved the concept, the characters, and the setting. The main character, Ella, I could relate to on a level I have never done so with a fictional character.
I found her relationship with Irene wonderful and I truly routed for her. However, a lot of I am not a "fan" of Mormon fiction by any stretch of the word.
However, a lot of the issues I with LDS fiction were present in this book. The constant reminder of the Mormon faith, the skirting around deep emotion, and the handling of sin with kid gloves.
I must say, that these issues were less than in other LDS fiction. Plus the interesting concept and characters helped me to get past the annoyances.
When a character bore their testimony, it felt genuine. There were deep and agonizing feelings, however I feel that they could have been delved into more.
And such a "hot button" word as rape was implied but never said. This book could have been amazing and wonderful to the point that I recommended it to non-LDS friends, but it does fall short of its potential.
I do have to admit it is still an interesting and enjoyable read despite its faults and therefore earns 4 stars.
Jun 01, Beth Pearson rated it really liked it Shelves: I've read quite a bit about the Titanic tragedy but this story had a different perspective for me.
The historical details rang true. I loved that it focused as much on the survivors AFTER the sinking insead of just endng with knowing they survived.
In this era of Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome, it is easy to understand that their problems weren't solved simply by being rescued.
What a tragic event. Jun 18, Anne rated it it was ok. I was interested in this book because of Irene Corbett. When I picked it up from the library, it was in the Romance section and I guess that should have given me some idea that this would be a different reading experience than what I was hoping for but I decided to read it anyways.
I'm not a big fan of romance or Stansfield's writing style. Jul 19, Connie Williams rated it really liked it. This really made me think about what a great tragedy the sinking of the Titanic was -- how incredibly tragic it was for so many people.
Jan 17, Abbie Butcher rated it liked it. Interesting read, it's not too often I read one that is based on true events with some characters who actually existed!
I liked the factual aspect, but didn't really like the ending; too boring with no real conclusion.
Would've liked to look into more of the life of Irene, but overall a good story. Apr 01, Carly Holmes rated it it was amazing Shelves: Loved this book when I read it for the first time.
It is a serious love story, but a sweet one. I had never heard this particular Titanic story, specifically with the children. Enjoyed the LDS perspective.
Dec 26, Kati Sims rated it liked it. This was a good book, but not my favorite from Anita Stansfield.
I never 'fell in love' with the characters as I have in her other books. Jul 16, Alexis rated it really liked it.
Mar 08, Thebarrys10 rated it really liked it. Historical fiction that was very entertaining! A little unnerving to read while on a cruise, however! May 15, Sharon rated it really liked it Shelves: We follow the fictional character of Ella Brown who is forced from a a life of safety and abundance to one of scarcity and fear.
Irene Corbett, an American midwife in England for advanced training. The story follows their friendship and the decision to travel to America aboard the Titanic.
Irene was married to We follow the fictional character of Ella Brown who is forced from a a life of safety and abundance to one of scarcity and fear.
Irene was married to Walter Corbett and had three children. She had traveled to London in the winter of to study nursing while her children stayed with her parents.
Irene's parents received a letter from her on April 15th in which she said she would take passage on the Titanic. Irene Corbett boarded the Titanic in Southampton.
After the sinking, Bishop Colvin telegraphed New York to find out what had happened to his daughter. He received in answer a telegram: Now find name of Mrs Irene C.
Corbett is on the list of passengers having sailed from Southampton, but regret is not a survivor on Carpathia.
Mar 05, Nellie rated it really liked it. This novel was very different from Stansfields usual book. I liked it a lot, but it was a tough subject.
I loved the real characters mixed with the fictional ones. I felt the beginning of the book was very "preachy" but that was the real-life part, so I can't complain about it too much.
Ella grew up in a privileged home, but when her family lost everything, she found herself struggling to survive on Londons filthy streets. Irene soothes Ella's pains, and joins her WOW!
Irene soothes Ella's pains, and joins her on the titanic, to travel to America. Epic disaster awaits the two friends. I absolutly love Anita Stansfields books!
She has the power to move me in each of her novels. I have read almost all of them, and enjoyed each of them. I only gave 4 of 5 stars, because I don't love it when the last chapter seems like the author is trying to "wrap it up" quickly, rather than finishing the story.
I would like to have known more of Irene's family. I felt like we were left hanging with that character. I did love knowing more about what the survivors went through.
This was a great read, and I would suggest it for anyone! Sep 09, Carli Anderson rated it liked it. Anita Stansfield is a well known LDS author with a wide variety of books under her belt.
She tells the story of Irene, an American who went to England for nursing school and took one of her patients, Ella, under her wing.
The two become fast friends and end up traveling to America on the Titanic. I thought the whole book would be about their time on Anita Stansfield is a well known LDS author with a wide variety of books under her belt.
I thought the whole book would be about their time on the Titanic, but there is so much more to the story.
The author focuses on who they were before getting on the ship, and then goes in to great detail about their rescue and what their lives were like after surviving that great tragedy.
She takes the well known story of the Titanic and makes it very personal for the reader as you try to put yourself in Ella's shoes. It's an incredible story and well worth your time.
The book is fairly short and easy, so it should only take a couple of days to read. May 25, Jenne rated it liked it. While the story telling was not high caliber, I appreciated this book for its themes.
It does however merit trigger warnings for suicide, stillbirth, PTSD and sex trafficking in addition to the well-known fact that over a thousand people died when the Titanic sank.
I felt that the author dealt with the tragic themes compassionately and realistically. I had been hoping for more birth scenes but I was pleasan While the story telling was not high caliber, I appreciated this book for its themes.
I had been hoping for more birth scenes but I was pleasantly surprised that the latter half of the book focused on healing and recovery from trauma.
The characters set a beautiful example of mourning with one who mourns and providing comfort to one who knows terrible suffering.
This may make it one of my favorite books for all time for that reason. It is rare indeed to find fiction that realistically portrays difficult human emotion with such accuracy.
Sep 26, Cheryl rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was really moved by this book. I think historical fiction is my favorite genre. I loved seeing Anita Stansfield take on this project.
The character of Irene left lots of questions in my mind, but I think that is the point. She never came home.
We don't really have resolution to her story. Irene is an actual woman who died on the Titanic. Ella, a fictional character, was friends with Irene.
Ella was blessed by her association with Irene and grieved Irene's loss terribly. The enti Amazing story. Der Film wurde am Mai nach ihrer Rettung veröffentlicht, nur einen Monat.
In dem Film, trug Gibson die gleiche Kleidung, Pullover, Handschuhe und schwarze Pumps sie getragen hatte, als sie vom Rettungsboot 7, dem ersten Boot gestartet gezogen.
Gibson war einer der ersten Menschen gerettet. Benjamin Guggenheim, einem reichen Industriellen und Erbin des Guggenheim Bergbau Vermögen, ist zu sagen, wie die Titanic sank in den eisigen Atlantik, erinnerte sich: Dorothy Gibson Dorothy Gibson, ein jährige Sängerin, Model und Stummfilmstar, überlebte den Untergang der Titanic und fuhr fort, in einem Stummfilm namens Gespeicherte aus der Titanic star auch bekannt als Ich überlebte die Titanic.