Expedition: Bismarck (2002)

Expedition: Bismarck
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TitleExpedition: Bismarck
Year2002
CountryUSA
GenreDocumentary (Movies)
Run Time1h 32 min
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In World War II, German Battleship Bismarck sank after being unsuccessful in its attempt to escape from the Royal Navy, lead by John Tovey. Discovered for the first time in 1989 by Dr. Robert Ballard, who had been known for discovering the Titanic, the Bismarck had been visited but one time since. James Cameron and a crew of historians search out the Bismarck in an attempt to answer many unsolved questions and search for the truth behind what happened to the ship, one of Germany’s most powerful forces. With significant technological advancements, a forensics investigation into the Bismarck’s wreckage is investigated, giving viewers an inside view to the lives of the soldiers at the time. The film uses revolutionary production techniques and offers high-definition shots of the Bismarck wreckage under the sea. It is a rare and incredible look into a deeply significant piece of history. This is the first chance that people will have to have a glance into what the ship was like for the first time since its sinking over 60 years ago.

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In World War II, German Battleship Bismarck sank after being unsuccessful in its attempt to escape from the Royal Navy, lead by John Tovey. Discovered for the first time in 1989 by Dr. Robert Ballard, who had been known for discovering the Titanic, the Bismarck had been visited but one time since. James Cameron and a crew of historians search out the Bismarck in an attempt to answer many unsolved questions and search for the truth behind what happened to the ship, one of Germany’s most powerful forces. With significant technological advancements, a forensics investigation into the Bismarck’s wreckage is investigated, giving viewers an inside view to the lives of the soldiers at the time. The film uses revolutionary production techniques and offers high-definition shots of the Bismarck wreckage under the sea. It is a rare and incredible look into a deeply significant piece of history. This is the first chance that people will have to have a glance into what the ship was like for the first time since its sinking over 60 years ago.

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