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Titanic received six ice warnings. Some were delivered to the captain but not all.

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Is it the captain's fault the Titanic sank?

It depends How you look at it. In some ways It was Loads of Conspiracies Joined toghter like The SS. Californian not responding to the Titanics Stress Flares. Its actually told that Captian Smith Helped a child when they were drowning onto a lifeboat.Somewhat. Despite the iceberg warnings, he fell for Bruce Ismay's decision to arrive in New York a day early and retire with a fortune. But people also thought that lifeboats weren't needed since the Titanic was designed to stay afloat with a maximum of 4 watertight compartments breached (hence "The Unsinkable Ship). But when the hull was pierced by the iceberg, one compartment too many was flooded

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