National Geographic: Lost Subs: Disaster at Sea Trailer

National Geographic: Lost Subs: Disaster at Sea Trailer (2002)

01 January 2002 Factual 60 mins

From the National Geographic Explorer series, this documentary takes an in-depth look at four submarine accidents -- the forces that brought the machines down, the tragedy of lives lost and the heroism of the submariners who sacrificed themselves to save others. Submarines profiled are the K-19 and Kursk from the Soviet Union and the USS Thresher and Squalus

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