This documentary from National Geographic takes an inside look at the sinking of the Titanic, using modern technology to study the wreckage, examine the conditions, and and figure out exactly what made the so-called "unsinkable" ship become one of the most infamous disasters in history.
Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Titanic - How it Really Sank 1. Introduction [1:20] 2. Iceberg Straight Ahead [6:09] 3. Shipbuilding is in Transition [5:40] 4. Halfway Across the Atlantic [4:17] 5. Checking the Bridge [4:49] 6. 1,000 Yards Away [4:34] 7. Strong Enough to Seal the Plates [5:37] 8. Doors Are Failing [2:30] 9. One Mystery Remains [3:38] 10. The Last Lifeboat [3:49] 11. Conclusion [2:40] 12. End Credits [:24]
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