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Titanic Quiz Questions

1. Where was the Titanic built?
a) Belfast
b) London
c) Dover
d) Southampton

2. Which firm built the Titanic?
a) Jones and Burton
b) Morgan and Son
c) Harland and Wolff
d) Drake Brothers

3. What was the Titanic’s gross registered tonnage?
a) 54,221 tons
b) 46,329 tons
c) 50,248 tons
d) 42,432 tons

4. How many persons were aboard the Titanic?
a) 1,724
b) 5,200
c) 3,600
d) 2,224

5. How many lifeboat spaces did the Titanic have?
a) 2,400
b) 3,412
c) 1,178
d) 1,600

6. How long was the Titanic?
a) 728.3 feet
b) 882.5 feet
c) 922.4 feet
d) 823.6 feet

7. When did the Titanic sink?
a) 28 January 1911
b) 15 April 1912
c) 11 July 1914
d) 22 November 1915

8. What is the approximate number of the people who died when the Titanic sank?
a) 1,500
b) 2,000
c) 3,400
d) 2,800

9. Which ship saved many people on the Titanic?
a) Olympic
b) Carpathia
c) Britannic
d) Lusitania

10. Which British journalist died when the Titanic sank?
a) William Thomas Stead
b) Charles Bell
c) Charles Scott
d) Edmund Clerihew Bentley

Titanic Quiz Questions and Answers

1. Where was the Titanic built?
a) Belfast

2. Which firm built the Titanic?
c) Harland and Wolff

3. What was the Titanic’s gross registered tonnage?
b) 46,329 tons

William Thomas Stead (1849 - 1912), English journalist

William Thomas Stead (1849 – 1912), English journalist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

4. How many persons were aboard the Titanic?
d) 2,224

5. How many lifeboat spaces did the Titanic have?
c) 1,178

6. How long was the Titanic?
b) 882.5 feet

7. When did the Titanic sink?
b) 15 April 1912

8. What is the approximate number of the people who died when the Titanic sank?
a) 1,500

9. Which ship saved many people on the Titanic?
b) Carpathia

10. Which British journalist died when the Titanic sank?
a) William Thomas Stead

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