Premiers on Discover HD December 16th. Here is from DiscHDT's website:
James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck
Director and producer of the motion picture Titanic, James Cameron, lead his team of underwater explorers in a series of historic dives to film and document the wreck of the Bismarck, lying 15,700 feet below the surface of the North Atlantic. Using the same Russian submersible which submersibles that were used to film the opening scenes of Titanic on their 1995 expedition, Cameron's team used revolutionary new camera and lighting equipment to create unparalleled images of the wreck of the Bismarck. The advanced suite of tools included special high-definition cameras in titanium housings, a fleet of unique Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), and a specially built deep-water lighting platform. The Bismarck was a ship so powerful it brought an entire nation to its knees. Its sole purpose was to hunt the convoy routes of the North Atlantic and destroy the ships bringing food and supplies to England, starving that country into surrender. The Bismarck was the largest and most feared battleship of the Wehrmacht, with 15-inch guns that could destroy an enemy ship over 20 kilometers away.
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