TV Movie | TV-14 | | Action, Drama, History
A fictional account of the sinking of the H.M.H.S. Britannic off the Greek island of Kea in November 1916. This explores the theory of a German Agent sabotaging the liner, a hospital ship.
The film shows the ship sinking at night. In reality, the ship sank in the early morning hours, shortly after breakfast.
It's one thing to die for a noble cause. What are we really fighting for? Arabia's oil? Mining rights to Africa?
Reynolds: You mean this war is solely about the division of property?
Captain Barrett: Now that sounds dangerously like socialism. And that's a dish we don't serve...
The only 30 (est.) deaths were when two life boats were launched before orders were given (when still under way), and sucked into the propellers, and propellers were stopped after orders were given. But in the movie, the propellers were never stopped, and the two life boats were sucked in after all the other life boats had been launched.
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