Why did Germany torpedo the Lusitania, a civilian vessel? And why did such an enormous ship sink so fast? Now, take a high-tech plunge beneath the Irish Channel and relive one of the century's most mysterious maritime tragedies: The date is May 7, 1915, just nine months into World War I. A German U-boat torpedoes the Lusitania, one of the largest and fastest luxury liners of its day. Of the 1,959 people aboard, including millionaire Alfred Vanderbilt, nearly two-thirds die. Many are trapped inside as the great ship sinks in just eighteen minutes.
Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. and Canada.
Comments about Last Voyage of the Lusitania DVDÂ :
Archival Footage Is Keen To Even Study & Still Surfacing A Century Later - Let's Hope Future "Young'uns" Take Note & Pass On World Heritage For Generations Not Yet Conceived : To Carry On History's Past Foot-Steps Whether It Be Beneficial Or Bad Reminders - The Word Must Never Fade: "Lest We Forget!" // Luft Meisters > 1 Mar 2012 // End //
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend