History Retold: Fire At Sea
The sea. Thousands upon thousands of miles of empty water. Though sinking may seem to be the worst that can happen to a ship at sea, it's actually fire that creates the most horrific pain and suffering, because not only does a fire at sea mean a ship is going down, but passengers and crew have two choices, be burned alive, or jump into an unforgiving ocean.
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