World History

I have a set of Photo Analysis Questions which are as follows:
1. Who are the people in the photo and what do they look like?

2. What is the relationship between he different people in the photo?

3. What are the people doing in the photo?

4 What is the photographer trying to show the viewer?

5. Why do you think this photo was taken?

6. What questions do you still have after viewing the photo?

I already answered the first impression questions above.

The second part of my assignment is to write down the impressions after given the caption and I don't know where to begin. The caption is as follows:

The last lifeboat filled with Survivors. This photo was taken by a passenger on the Carpathia, the ship that received the Titanic’s distress signal and came to rescue the survivors. It shows the last lifeboat successfully launched by the Titanic. Taken April 15, 1912.

Where do I begin? I am lost.

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  1. What are your impressions?
    Sadness that these are the last survivors?
    Thankfulness that they are being rescued?
    The tragedy that the Titanic sank?

    Others?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Ms. Sue would another good impression be serious loss of life?

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  3. Yes, absolutely!

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Anther impression is that many of the survivors may have thought that their loved ones were save and rescued?

    Would this be correct?

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  5. Good. Or perhaps some had lost hope for their loved ones.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. Than you very much for everything and I hope we meet again :)

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  7. You're very welcome. Me, too!

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    Ms. Sue

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