The Curse of the Titanic Sister Ships Trailer

The Curse of the Titanic Sister Ships Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

They were created to be the world s largest, grandest and safest ocean liners. Each were launched and sold as ships that would never sink, but despite this boast, all three were involved in maritime disasters, and two of the three were lost in the most dramatic of circumstances. This compelling documentary investigates the doomed history and flawed design of the White Star Liners Olympic, Titanic and Britannic from inception to disaster.

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United Kingdom 01 January 2005

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