History Channel – Titanic Actual Story NEW Documentary


History Channel – Titanic Real Story NEW Documentary

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By Wes Modes on 2016-08-31 14:05:00
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Young children all over the world know about Winnie the Pooh, the lovable bear with a quite tiny brain that was enraptured among the pages of books, just before becoming immortalized on television and on film. The image of this bear has appeared on board games, been replicated in many teddies and also been the object of several china ornaments. But as fascinated as this adorable cheerful is his story is nowhere close to as fascinating as the books author’s story. It is a fascinating history of intrigue and betrayal among the author A.A.Milne and his son Christopher.

Alan Alexander Milne was born in Kilburn 1882, the youngest of three sons. His father ran a little independent school referred to as Henley Residence and all the kids had been educated there. A single of his teachers was the celebrated author H. G. Wells who was later to turn into a lifelong friend. Later A.A. Milne attended Westminster the public school and Trinity College Cambridge exactly where he study Mathematics. Whilst at Cambridge he wrote for the student magazine along with his brother Kenneth. Each of them came to the interest of the major British humor magazine at the time referred to as Punch. Alan Milne was later to grow to be an assistant editor of that magazine.

Shortly right after leaving Cambridge he wrote a series of articles known as Lovers and it impressed H.G Wells so considerably he encouraged Alan to publish them. Even though it sold nicely Alan was in no way satisfied with the performs and he eventually purchased all the publication rights so that it could never ever see the light of day once more.

While he was assistant editor to punch he married his editors daughter Dorothy whom he usually referred to as Daphne. This period of his life was to turn out to be the most productive although not the most popular. He published 18 plays and three novels, though he also fought in World War 1. In 1920 his only youngster, Christopher Robin Milne, was born. Christopher Robin was to inspire a collection of children’s poems When We Have been Really Young and a book of quick stories A Gallery for young children. E H Shepard who was the resident Punch cartoonist illustrated each of these books. Each of these books had been to turn out to be portion of a series of four children’s books. Milne declined to pay Shepard a fee for the illustrations but gave him twenty % of the royalties, which was to make him a rich man as the books had been ultimately translated into thirty-4 languages.

Milne’s first officially published children’s poem was known as “Vespers”, and it was inspired by the fact that he saw his young son praying. He presented it to Daphne as a present and she sold it to the magazine Vanity Fair for $ 50, it proved to be so well-known that the public demanded much more. He wrote yet another book of children’s poems referred to as Billy Moon. Christopher referred to as himself Moon as a tiny youngster simply because he could not pronounce his name. These have been all to turn out to be the inspiration for the Winnie the Pooh books.

His son Christopher Robin loved the zoo and play with a true bear who when Milne 1st wrote about him was called “Edward” later his name was changed to Winnie. Winnie was a true reside bear from Canada, who was rescued when Harry Colebourn in 1914 a hunter accidentally killed his mother. Colebourn named him Winnie a diminutive of the Canadian city of Winnipeg. When his master fought in the Initial World War he was loaned to the zoo where he was to remain as a favorite until his death in 1934. Christopher Robin named his own teddy right after him and he was to turn out to be the eponymous hero in four books.

In actual life Christopher grew up, resentful to be the hero in children’s books but ultimately he came about to the idea if somewhat grudgingly. He never ever had a god connection with his father partly due to the fact he was not an academic, but he was inventive. That ability was put to excellent use when he had a daughter Clara who suffered from cerebral palsy. As a carpenter he designed and made toys and tools to support her. For the duration of the life of his father he never truly accepted him and when his father died in 1956 they had both been estranged for years. Following Alan’s death, Christopher eventually came to terms with his childhood and went on to grow to be a children’s writer himself. He published The Enchanted Areas and The Path By way of the Trees.

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50 thoughts on “History Channel – Titanic Real Story NEW Documentary”

  1. I am the iceberg that sank the titanic, and I can accurately say that she was an asshole.

  2. Go to 1:20:00 to skip over the same questions being asked, over and over and over and over throughout the documentary. Then you will get your answer to, "Did the Titanic have a fatal flaw? No. Also, thank you for the hurricane suspense. I thought I was watching Twister and almost forgot why i was really watching this video, to learn more about the Titanic. This could have easily been a 30 minute video.

  3. I was so dumb that I clicked this video just because I saw Godzilla on the thumb nail but clearly Godzilla was not even on the video !!! =( =( =( I know most of you people clicked this video because Godzilla was on the thumbnail right ?!? Like if you were fooled to cuz I was fooled so I’m just gonna like my own comment cuz no-one even dose !!! =( =( =(

  4. I tried to watch this documentary. I just could not do it! Why do they repeat everything over and over at least 10 times? 20 minutes of story retold 10 times gets you an hour and a half documentary. I dislike redundancy and that was all this was.

  5. Why just why did it have to sink and in the thumbnail with Godzilla how come in every movie of Titanic that I watch it doesn’t have a single exclamation of it

  6. RMS Titanic is in reality RMS Olympic. Olympic had a string of accidents and damages and was becoming a liability for White Star. The names of the ships were changed before Titanic was launched and while Olympic was in drydock for repairs after yet another collision. The keel of the Olympic was heavily damaged and was unable to be property repaired, so in order to cut losses, White Star Line simply changed the names of the ships while both were in drydock – after all, who would really notice? Olympic and Titanic were virtually identical. Look at photos of Olympic and Titanic before 1912 and you will see the small, but noticeable differences in the ships.

  7. titanic sank because there was a fire that burned for three days unnoticed, thus weakening the metal. When it was discovered it was too late

  8. They would have faired better and and only showed up to port late, had they just struck the iceberg head on.

    The idea of no roof on the bulkheads is baffling. I guess Thomas Andrews never used an ice tray.

  9. Ok great documentary but I doubt that that godzilla dinosaur thing in the thumbnail caused Titanic to sink…

  10. I’m here for the documentary, I’m not interested in the godzilla in the thumbnail, I just love titanic so much and I write documentary’s, this will be in my book. I wish I was helping them, I wanna see what happened, EVERYTHING, I have watched the titanic movie 3 times, and I’m still not tired cuz I just love titanic SO MUCH.

  11. I admit I clicked on the thumbnail for Godzilla, but I love that I can finally finish the documentary I started years ago. But I’m confused; how did Titanic break apart? What was the cause?

  12. They just want to go attention It’s because we like Godzilla in that thumbnail, THEY JUST LIKE US TO SEE THAT SHIP HOW IT WORKS -~-

  13. What about the conspiracy theory that it was not the titanic that sank but the sister ship built at the same time that Was damaged and repaired and deliberately sunk to get the insurance payout. They never mention this in the documentaries.

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