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"Drain the ocean: WWII" on National Geographic Channel

Photo Credit: National Geographic Channel

Photo Credit: National Geographic Channel

World War Two left the greatest-ever number of ships and submarines hidden beneath the waves. Now, as the oceans drain, each vessel reveals its secrets through new data-based 3D reconstructions. From the Arizona in Pearl Harbor's shallows, whose destruction brought America into the war, to Nazi supership the Bismarck and its mysterious end three miles down; from the flaming merchant ships secretly torpedoed by U-boats off tourist beaches of the USA, to the covert inventions of the Allies' costly D-Day beachhead, and lastly to the troopship Leopoldville sunk with the needless deaths of 400 soldiers hushed up - Drain exposes the truth. 

National Geographic Channel is on Starhub Channel 411 and Singtel Channel 201.

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