Titanic's final moments missing pieces
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How the Titanic broke apart and sank has been a mystery for decades. What actually happened after the ship hit the iceberg? In 2005 explorers set out to investigate a virtually unexplored site rarely looked at before. See their startling discoveries.
On a cold night in April 1912, over 1,500 people aboard the RMS Titanic lost their lives to the merciless waters of the North Atlantic. More than ninety years after the fateful event, several questions about the ship¿s destruction still remain. The mystery of how a vessel built to such revolutionary standards could sink so rapidly has loomed in the minds of scientists and historians for decades. What actually happened to the ship after striking the iceberg? In August 2005, in an effort to resolve this and other puzzling questions about the Titanic¿s final moments, explorers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler set out to investigate a recently discovered and virtually unexplored site far beyond where anyone had looked before. Two-and-a-half miles beneath the surface, the team made a number of startling discoveries certain to captivate audiences around the globe.
ContentsBonus features: History's mysteries. Doomed sisters of the Titanic (43 min.)
Behind the scenes of Titanic's final moments (5 min.).
Steamboat disasters -- North Atlantic Ocean.
Underwater exploration -- North Atlantic Ocean.
Documentary television programs.
Historical television programs.
|Publisher|| [New York?] :History Channel :2006
Distributed by New Video,
|Other Titles|| Doomed sisters of the Titanic.
Herrmann, Edward, 1943-2014.
Long, Roger (Naval architect)
Hutchings, David F.
Dean, Millvina, 1912-2009.
Daley, C. (Claude)
On the Bottom Productions.
History Channel (Television network)
New Video Group.
Narrator, Edward Herrmann ; featuring John Chatterton, Richie Kohler, Patrick Leary, David Concannon, Bill Lange, Robert Blumberg, Roger Long, David Hutchings, Paul Louden-Brown, Ralph White, Millvina Dean, David Haisman, Claude Daley.
Director of photography, Sean Glenn ; music composer, Robert Neufeld.
DVD; widescreen presentation; Dolby digital stereo.
1 videodisc (91 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.