The Terrible Disaster of the SS ARCTIC (1854)

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Bright Sun Films
Bright Sun Films 6 aylar önce
Fantastic re-telling of this story. I haven't heard of it until now and it's pretty shocking. Thanks for shedding some much needed light on a an often not talked about era of shipping!
Maurício Cezar Corrêa
Maurício Cezar Corrêa 3 gün önce
@Salty Water help Help todas as redes sociais foram bloqueadas pelo Google e Facebook apenas quem apoia o governo pode ter rede social, povo está sendo preso, espancando, luchando por apoiadores do governo do 13, a qualquer hora posso ser morto já invadiram as casas do vizinho não sei quanto tempo ainda vou viver, os EUA vai assistir o povo brasileiro ser exterminado pelo próprio governo. Vivemos numa Coreia do Norte tropical, navios como armas estão chegando, estou sem linha de telefone.
Maurício Cezar Corrêa
Maurício Cezar Corrêa 3 gün önce
As redes sociais estão sendo monitoradas o Facebook e Google já silenciou todos opositores do governo, pessoas estão sendo mortas, presas ou espancadas por discordarem de um político
alwin vargas
alwin vargas 12 gün önce
They should make a movie about this
DuskSunDawn
DuskSunDawn 19 gün önce
It still happens in this era of technology and human rights. I think the Sewol incident (Korea, 16/04/2014) is the most terryfing because -They were told to stay where they are. -Many passengers obeyed the order (koreans are taught to obey orders from superiors), many of them stayed inside bedrooms or at corridors. It leaded them to their death. -Many crew members abandoned the ferry while passengers were still inside the ferry. -The Guard Coast didn't give it all to save them -More than 300 people died (more than 80% were students).
Holger Danske
Holger Danske Aylar önce
​@Gerhard Van Der poll Rather useless reply ! Look at the vessel ! I have never ever seen a ship, that big, steered by a tiller ! Ships that big, come with wheels ! I have never ever come across a ship, where turning the wheel to port, made the vessel steer to starboard !
Mario Tantillo
Mario Tantillo 6 aylar önce
Honestly, while the captain is ultimately in charge, Captain Luce wasn’t making horrible decisions here imo. He tried to do the noble thing and save the passengers but it was his crew that destroyed any semblance of an evacuation that screwed the passengers’ chances of surviving. They ultimately deserve the blame, not him.
Vlad Radu Andrei
Vlad Radu Andrei Gün önce
@Tater Raider you re kind of an idiot ngl
Carl Cushman Hybels
Carl Cushman Hybels 16 gün önce
@Salt Exarch Yes. Mutineers are largely responsible for the damage they do (unless the captain was egregious in command. -- But I agree this Captain was good, and endeavoring to save as many people as he could.
Carl Cushman Hybels
Carl Cushman Hybels 16 gün önce
@Sander Vercammen Except that Part Time Explorer early on in the video explained that the always-full-speed order was created by political enemies of the Collin-es, seeking to have them fail.
average joe
average joe 16 gün önce
@Fred The Anon I think the point here is that while his crew diserted him, the captain is ultimately responsible for the disertion in the first place. He failed to keep the crew in line, and because of that he is responsible for the outcome.
speederscout
speederscout 16 gün önce
@x YES, you nailed it!
HarshlyCynical
HarshlyCynical Aylar önce
This story is the epitome of "but wait, it gets worse"
OopsyDoodles
OopsyDoodles 17 gün önce
Sounds like my life story lol 😂
Dudius McThude
Dudius McThude 3 aylar önce
Woman with the bloody hands, the young man that said “tell the world at least 1 man stood by his post to the end” are the reasons I liked this video. Those 2 folks, who may’ve never met the other, are the epitome of heroes.
longkeith diablo
longkeith diablo Gün önce
@Vlad Radu Andrei I beg your pardon. What seems to be your problem?
Vlad Radu Andrei
Vlad Radu Andrei Gün önce
@longkeith diablo the fuck is your point
Amitis Shahbanu
Amitis Shahbanu 3 gün önce
Heroes are those who are selfless when needed.
Billy B
Billy B 10 gün önce
Yeah screw Leonardo DiCaprio and that other chick.....I want a movie made from this story.
KingKingg
KingKingg 18 gün önce
@22:45 I loved that too. Couldn't find information on his last words because that was an amazing quote if true. Regardless, if accurate or not, it was truly suitable.
DeadlyAngel666
DeadlyAngel666 4 gün önce
Its amazing how you can have a whole ocean and still crash into each other due to human error
INSIGHT- CHRIS
INSIGHT- CHRIS 2 gün önce
I've known about this disaster for ages thanks to the Book 'Lost Liners by Robert Ballard and Ken Marshall', but I'd never imagined how cowardly most of the officers on board of that ship acted. As a soon to be Officer myself, I feel digusted by the action of those men, but mostly I do not understand why the Officer on watch tired to pass infront of the Vesta. Any officer with a clear mind should have been able to make the right decission and follow the standart procedures dictated by the ongoing naval law. It really saddens my to see that a single stupid decission by one man, doomed so many lifes. As for Captain Luce, I do not see him at fault for anything but leaving behind his Chief Officer, which in that situation was necessary since the ship was taking on water fast. If anyone is to blame for the extensive loss of life it is the Chief Engineer and the 2nd Officer. In the end the only thing I can take from this story is to be as good of an Officer as 4th Off Dorian or Captain Luce.
Freedom Loving Loyalist
Freedom Loving Loyalist 6 aylar önce
The captain did nothing wrong, the mutiny of his crew was just completely out of his control, too bad the press said otherwise.
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII 7 gün önce
Didn't the crew have guns to send these rebels mfkers in hell??
djsatane
djsatane 28 gün önce
@Teeny Bun didn’t you reply to me, look up
Teeny Bun
Teeny Bun 28 gün önce
@djsatane who are you? why did you tag me?
djsatane
djsatane 28 gün önce
@Teeny Bun look at this guy over here, his IQ fell overboard
Teeny Bun
Teeny Bun 29 gün önce
@djsatane the crash happened too fast dip ship
Oceanliner&Maritime history channel
Oceanliner&Maritime history channel 3 aylar önce
Respect to captain luce, a true leader and hero who tried everything to save his passengers despite being abandoned by the crew. May he rest in peace.
Max Nash
Max Nash 10 gün önce
Gotta give respect to 4th officer Dorian as well, he stood with the captain until the very end. Hope he survived.
М К
М К 18 gün önce
He survived and he could have lied a little
Dylan Davos
Dylan Davos 25 gün önce
@Mansi Babbar James Luce survived.
Mansi Babbar
Mansi Babbar Aylar önce
He could’ve run with his family but he didn’t…
Rocky Mims
Rocky Mims 3 aylar önce
Hearing about the captain holding his son and losing him in the water only to witness him be killed as he desperately tried to reach him one last time brought me to tears thinking of my own sons
Carl Cushman Hybels
Carl Cushman Hybels 16 gün önce
@jimbobbyrnes Fewer people travel by sea because instead they travel by air. Until the 1960's there were still very many passengers traveling at sea, And much safer by 1920's than in Arctic's era or before.
М К
М К 18 gün önce
There's a chance that that was a lie, so don't cry
Crime And Crafting
Crime And Crafting Aylar önce
Same
jimbobbyrnes
jimbobbyrnes Aylar önce
@John TRshowr its just a form of evolution to fear something that kills family or friends and in a way will be passed on to our children and so forth. we are seeing this today with fewer and fewer people being content drivers and instead relying on others for the delivery of goods.
jimbobbyrnes
jimbobbyrnes Aylar önce
@John TRshowr the future might look similar for roads in that we will be deeply afraid of driving and instead rely on captains of the road for shipping goods or cruising around.
Andre Mattos
Andre Mattos 16 saatler önce
Thank you for telling this story. Keeping the legacy of the heroes on that terrible day alive.
Creators Child
Creators Child 3 gün önce
Absolutely love the animation 🎯 Ironically enough I just literally finished the book…..The Sea Shall Embrace Them…. & then I came across this video & I can say….. you did an excellent job 🎯 I’ve been fascinated by ancient sailing stories all my life…… I look forward to watching your videos. 😍🥰
Savannah Cassidy
Savannah Cassidy 5 aylar önce
That woman deciding the keep running the pump until her body failed her is one of the most heroic and badass things I’ve ever heard. Makes you think about all the unknown heroes of history.
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII 7 gün önce
Fk, didn't they have guns onboard to send these mfkers in the depths of hell. The abyss is too soft for these p0s.
Forbidden Beard
Forbidden Beard Aylar önce
@Brookelynne Newcomer lol. If your a woman living in western civilization you are the most privileged and out of touch person on earth.
Brookelynne Newcomer
Brookelynne Newcomer Aylar önce
@Forbidden Beard aww someone upset about the truth that men get praised all the time and he just crying about nothing.
Brookelynne Newcomer
Brookelynne Newcomer Aylar önce
@Bl913 it was their job as crew to do it. Men get praised all the time for just doing their job. Quit making things up for your hatred for women.
Matt Gee
Matt Gee Aylar önce
@TimeWarpDrive 77 why are you discrediting woman? ithought men and woman were equal like all the feminists claim. are you suggesting woman cant be as brave as men? you bigot. lol
Isaiah Daniels
Isaiah Daniels 4 aylar önce
Imagine facing death abd deciding, "welp, time to drink, fight, rape and loot." In a time of fear of god, these men damned themselves.
Fart
Fart 6 gün önce
@M. Williams what fucking acts of kindness is god doing every single day? The only acts of kindness are those done by other people.
Paul McDonagh
Paul McDonagh 17 gün önce
@M. Williams He's never held up his end once.
M. Williams
M. Williams 17 gün önce
@Choppington Otter That’s pure nonsense. No such analogy as a parent possessing an ability to guide their child/children through a perfect, pain free life, hence you cannot make that comparison. Second, collectively amongst the billions of humans who’ve existed, the shear magnitude of sin and disobedience does not warrant persons on earth living perfectly. Things happen, you push through it. Something called faith {I get it you don’t understand the concept).
M. Williams
M. Williams 17 gün önce
@Deegaulle Onyeigbo For one, people don’t have to be ‘Bible thumpers’ to believe. Next, if you do believe, including forgiveness, then there isn’t a threat of eternal damnation every time one sins. In other words, maybe you interpret eternal damnation for every one of your perceived sins, but that’s not the way it’s processed by those of us who do believe. There is that step of forgiveness and repentance. That answer your inquiry? I’m frequently astounded by people like you who seem to take every opportunity to insult people because they don’t possess the same belief system. My take? If you think we all came to be as blacks, whites, Asians, etc with all of the various wildlife on this planet as a matter of some Carbons spontaneously forming together, then you can be viewed as similarly crazy for not believing a central spiritual figure accounted for all that exists. It goes both ways.
M. Williams
M. Williams 17 gün önce
@Paul McDonagh Never listens or cares?? There are literally millions of acts every day around the world consistent with listening and/or caring, yet you take a single act decades ago as evidence He does not? And how about the fact that so many humans don’t follow His guidance? Are we then supposed to live in a perfect world when so many of us are belligerent? I’m amazed by humans who try and use this standard of a perfect existence to justify His lack of presence. Just take a look at how often we don’t uphold our end and you’ve got your answer.
Luke Baskin
Luke Baskin 4 aylar önce
My great-great-great-great grandfather, David Fairweather Mustard, was a casualty of this disaster. He was returning to the United States after visiting his mother in Scotland.
Paul Dinardo
Paul Dinardo 5 gün önce
@Natlee I made a silly joke. Just a funny name that's all it was. Nothing like the people that left children and woman to die. I would not be able to look in the mirror if I did something like that. Not me and I'm happy I'm not that way. I was a little stunned when I learned about that. They ignored them. I heard they even had room in the boat. Wow. I agree with your views about that but no I'm not that way. It was just a harmless silly joke just the funny name mustard. That's all it was. No offense intended
Natlee
Natlee 5 gün önce
Why do I feel like the people making fun your deceased ancestors’s last name are the same type of people who become immoral ruffians during ship sinking situations?
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII
Swiss Militis Christi LXXII 7 gün önce
@Nikki May only god knows what kind of degenerate my grand grand grandfathers were. Certainly a bunch of illiterate barefoot swiss cavemen drinkin and rapin, mercenaries for Popes or some kings. We don't chose our ancesters.
Dave Jimmi
Dave Jimmi 18 gün önce
@Luke Baskin yeah those making tasteless jokes about your ancestors name have got to be descendants of the selfish crew that hijacked the lifeboats or the ones going around beating and raping the women
Paul Dinardo
Paul Dinardo 24 gün önce
@Oh Dear it was? Wow. Oh maybe cause the man was a casualty. I didn't realize that til I looked just now
Northern Captain
Northern Captain 2 aylar önce
What a horrifying story. I’m a recently retired sea captain after nearly 50 years going to sea. The sea remains a dangerous place and ships are still lost. Thank you for telling this story.
vezna vee
vezna vee Aylar önce
Yes. I had near experiences with sharks
Sally Skellington
Sally Skellington 2 aylar önce
Do you have any stories to tell? Maybe you should consider it? Js
Kristi4:44
Kristi4:44 3 gün önce
You are an exemplary story teller and historian. Great work.
Danae Baragar
Danae Baragar 6 aylar önce
I was wondering what you meant by “terrible” and “horrific” and watched out of curiosity. My God you were not kidding.
B.M.T.H.
B.M.T.H. 5 aylar önce
@Kaivara I very much doubt Cunard celebrated people drowning. Probably hearsay because of course anything british has to be put down.
4sakes alive
4sakes alive 5 aylar önce
@God 😅 yes true the utter audacity of rotten people thinking they deserve a seat on the ark
trafficjon400
trafficjon400 5 aylar önce
@Moe What did you jump out of any way. Alice and Wonderland? 🤔😳😄😄
Moe
Moe 5 aylar önce
@trafficjon400 Seriously, what's wrong with you?
trafficjon400
trafficjon400 5 aylar önce
Happens in bigger numbers today. We all feel it at times whether we want to or not. We are made fragile for the reason of dougt untrust and despair is very Cruel. Just for being forced in to this world the wealthy will feel the suffering also. no Man really wants this fight of pain suffering survival just to stay alive longer by what we think is and actually very short. still no matter how our knowledge has pleased us its like we gained a spit in the ocean Comparing to what it Demands. Its like We are Gods being treated alike and proved each time that we are Weak gods in Comparison or some thing like it. Creator does not give us much at all of the benifit of any dougt our reasons of being left alone because we could not trust some thing that is not really providing us enough to Know its really with us. Life forced by a cruel Nature of force just to fail it is insanity in its own making but Beautiful also to keep us thriving to stay alive. Whether thier is or not a God its cruel and making us run this Cicle with bits of KnowledgeBase but we only see bits till we Die. We alive are the only ones to Thank the Dead who lead us here in this Mess. Creator acts if though its Dead and left enough fuel to keep us going long enough to what we have no time for its not on our side though we have no choice but to give it every thing because we Are it. what ever that means lol
Supreme Overlorde
Supreme Overlorde 4 aylar önce
This story is such an example of both the bravery and the absolute depravity that can come out during times of crisis. Many of these people faced certain death, and while some did their best to help others and keep things going until the last, so many of them sunk about as low as they could get. It's one thing to do whatever you feel you must to survive --- that's just an instinctual reaction and I have a hard time blaming anyone for it. But getting wasted and then going around beating people, raping women, etc. --- just because you can? Because you're gonna die and there are no consequences? Awful. It's scary to think about how many more people walking around in our society would do things like that if they thought they could get away with it or had nothing to lose. It just goes to show why we NEED laws, order, and social norms. There needs to be a balance for sure, but a complete lack of boundaries breeds chaos. The most terrifying part of this tragedy is not the disaster itself, but the behavior of so many of the people onboard the Arctic.
Dave Brittain
Dave Brittain 10 gün önce
Really! Who thinks "well we are all going to die so I want to have sex with that woman there"? Certainly would not blame a woman for not being in the mood! People are crazy!
Ryan B
Ryan B 10 gün önce
These reports are greatly exaggerated by the men surviving in an attempt to justify their own actions.
albert speer
albert speer 29 gün önce
dont forget GUNS !! 2nd amendment all the WAY!!
Ali A.
Ali A. Aylar önce
@Supreme Overlorde When someone has no morals, nothing concrete is holding them back from committing the most heinous crimes. Morals can be embedded through life lessons, religions or just self philosophy. Laws, social norms and everything in between are not definitive and it's in crisis like these where you can see the worst and best in people. I agree with you in that what I found most disturbing in this video is how the people reacted. Instincts are one thing but to completely embrace nihilism to the point where you are the devil in flesh, especially when you know your death is looming close, is beyond words to describe. It's for people like these hell exists. God show mercy to every poor and innocent soul on that day and surely, in every catastrophe, that had to endure atrocities like these and especially to those who've names have been forgotten.
Supreme Overlorde
Supreme Overlorde Aylar önce
@Primo Cancilla I mean, I don't dispute that today's justice systems have flaws, and that there is corruption in them. But I was speaking less about the people who reoffend once they've been released, and more about the people walking around who HAVEN'T offended, but would if they thought they could get away with it. Because I believe there are people in the world like that. I mean, I certainly wouldn't want to go to jail. But that's not the only thing keeping me from going around trying to rape or beat people. I don't do that because I have empathy. Because I care about my own safety and bodily autonomy, and I expect most people have the same feelings about themselves. So I respect that. Now... I don't know what these men aboard the Arctic were actually like in their daily lives. But the story suggests to me that there are people in this world who are really only showing regard and respect to other lives because they personally have something to lose. And those are the types of people I believe laws and social norms help protect us from. But do I believe today's societal rules are perfect? No, there are definitely things I think could be improved and problems that need to be addressed.
ColonelSandersLite
ColonelSandersLite 3 aylar önce
"The absolute hell that unfolded during this ordeal is one of the worst I have ever studied." You might want to look into the shipwreck of the Batavia in 1629. IMHO, it's definitely worse. Batavia was a Dutch east indiaman that hit a reef off the coast of Australia. *Most* of the crew and passengers survived the initial wreckage and where marooned on some reefs. It has all the elements of this story, and more. The biggest difference is that the horrors went on for months. Naturally, in that kind of time span, the depravity spiraled down into some pretty bad places. A youtuber going by the name of Defragged History did a very detailed 4 hour series on it. I can't recommend it enough.
Shut Up Dave
Shut Up Dave 7 gün önce
I read about it in a book called The Blue-Eyed Aborigine, absolutely horrifying stuff and I’m surprised it’s not talked about more often.
jenOutpost
jenOutpost 8 gün önce
Wow I'm glad I saw your comment - after I watched this great video, I went and watched that series and boy, that was one epic, horrible tale also told incredibly well!
ColonelSandersLite
ColonelSandersLite 3 aylar önce
​@Rodrigo Silva Yeah, it's pretty bad. It's hard for me to imagine things getting much worse while still leaving the possibility of survivors living to tell the tale. I can think of stories that are worse on land but the sea is pretty unforgiving.
Rodrigo Silva
Rodrigo Silva 3 aylar önce
Before reading your comment,I have not even heard about the Batavia's story. And my God,you are absolutely right! Not only for the mutiny and the cowardness and terrible action of some "men",like Jeronimous ( aka The Devil Itself),but because,like you said, it lasted for a few months and even children and pregnant women were killed Its one of the darkest stories to ever happen at sea,hopefully Part Time Explorer delivers a proper video about it any day
Derrick Krauss
Derrick Krauss 4 aylar önce
"As long as my arms work, I'm staying." That lady was hard as nails. The guy at the signal cannon had iron resolve as well. But what she said is just gangster
uzi does it
uzi does it 9 gün önce
Actually the gangsters we're raping and pillaging,while the warriors fought for life!! But I see your point!
Danae Baragar
Danae Baragar 28 gün önce
Idk man, “tell the world at least one man stood by his post” was also pretty BA 🙃
Billy Bud
Billy Bud 3 gün önce
You are a master story teller......I salute you, and condemn the cowards who let children die.
tyler morgan
tyler morgan 5 aylar önce
This was actually really depressing. You told the story great though. Some people are truly awful.
Randy Real
Randy Real Aylar önce
FJB
Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas Gün önce
What a tragic story. This video was very well narrated. The supporting video depiction of this horrible tragedy is perfect. Human nature at its core can be so dark especially in times of despair. God bless all of them. The amount of anxiety and terror combined with freezing water temps, not to mention sharks, horrible at best. The lady running the hand pump to the bitter end must have been totally delirious. The gent that fired the cannon was one of many hero’s as well..
Joshua Workman
Joshua Workman 5 aylar önce
I see in these comments some people blaming Captain Luce, but it seems to me that the Captain of that vessel made a difficult choice to try to save as many people as possible and if he had ordered his ship to stay and try to help the Vesta, he might have been responsible for the doom of both ships and everybody on board. That anybody survived from either ship is the happiest part of this story and I do not think it fair at all for Captain Luce to have been painted the villain. It just goes to show that evil, malice, and callousness have existed in the hearts of men for a very, very long time. Next time I have something to drink, I'm going to toast to Captain Luce and the other heroes, under his command and not, of the Arctic because I truly believe they did everything possible and the mutiny was solely the fault of those who participated in it.
manybalby
manybalby 8 gün önce
@TNM001 My bad I wrote that comment at 1am. I didn't mean enforce.
TNM001
TNM001 8 gün önce
@manybalby the one enforcing the rule is the captain on his ship. now, if you say he simply followed orders, then why did he not do it with the "rule of evasive maneuvers" and did the opposite? he wasnt even conistant on that front.
manybalby
manybalby 8 gün önce
I always say let's get to the root of blame. So two captains on two ships with heavy fog. Why did both continue in heavy fog or at the very least not slow down? Oh yah the government or whoever made the rule that the Artic was forbidden to slow down even doing during bad weather. So the true villains? The people who made the rule.
TNM001
TNM001 23 gün önce
try to look at it from the crews side: - he caused the accident (full speed in heavy fog, wrong evasive maneuver) - he abandoned his second in command and shredded the 2nd lifeboat killing all but one so, at what point do you expect the crew to abandon him? yea, it was not finest human nature, but when structure breaks down...everyone is by himself.
Julie Black
Julie Black 3 aylar önce
Thank you for telling this story. I had not heard of the Arctic previously. It saddens me to hear of all the cowards who left people to die. I feel badly for Captain Luce. Not only did he lose his child, but had to suffer through the lies told about him. The heroes, who persevered despite their efforts proving futile. Their names deserve to be heard and remembered. I will remember now. New subscriber.
SuperDave
SuperDave 5 aylar önce
For those who think that the moral values of society have collapsed, let this story remind you that evil and wickedness have been around for a long, long time. It's nothing new.
Patriot1994
Patriot1994 3 gün önce
@archenema6792 you shouldn't generalize all upper middle class, their are plenty of conservatives with good moral, who help the misfortunate!
Sir Vilhelm of Yanderland
Sir Vilhelm of Yanderland 8 gün önce
It’s worse nowadays. Imagine if the boat was full of half Republicans and half Democrats.
多田野飴 Just a Candy
多田野飴 Just a Candy 10 gün önce
It’s hard to get rid of evil from human nature, because evil people tend to be selfish and survive more than selfless people who might sacrifice themselves for others.
French Guitar Guy
French Guitar Guy 11 gün önce
@Olli Koskiniemi wait what does any of that mean? Do you have any examples? Otherwise no offence but this seems like the most blanket statement made with nothing to back it up.
wednesday adams
wednesday adams 14 gün önce
@ArchEnema 67 that is a fair point as well. the poor and working class are always judged more harshly. notice how many wealthy people do next to nothing to help the poor. in many cases they actively work to keep systems of oppression in pace. but when shit hits the fan, they expect their lives to be worth more than a poor person. it’s funny how history always repeats itself. we’re basically at the end of the second gilded age right now. *R/SA are inexcusable. so is refusing to pick up swimmers in the water. the reality is that people are more likely to survive if they work together vs. every man for themselves. thats one thing i have learned from studying shipwrecks throughout history.
mixtin
mixtin 4 aylar önce
You weren’t kidding. This is absolutely tragic, all of the passengers were robbed of their chance to live before they could even get to it. Thank you for sharing this story and allowing us to appreciate those who died beside the captain, who died with honor trying their best to save others. Your duty will not be forgotten❤️
Live Free or Die Hard
Live Free or Die Hard 17 gün önce
I'm sure there's many more sea disasters we haven't heard of yet, but thank you for telling this one. The Vesta making it back is astounding and sounds like it's from a movie. Imagine your whole family screaming and crying and there's nothing you can do as the waves sweep them away. Very sad
Xime C. R.
Xime C. R. Aylar önce
I bet a movie made of this story wouldn't be nearly as romantic as the Titanic. But I feel a deep respect for Captain Luce, he was a true hero who simply was given the worst hand and while many were brave souls like him, a lot were also selfish monsters.
wednesday adams
wednesday adams 14 gün önce
This is truly one of the most heartbreaking and horrific sinking stories that I have ever heard. What a nightmare. It’s sad because in many of these sinking stories, those who work together seem to have more survivors.
Clare Chaddon
Clare Chaddon 5 aylar önce
The S. S. Arctic deserves to be made into a film and for its story to be told.
Name Unavailable
Name Unavailable 3 aylar önce
16:59 can't say I feel too bad for them honestly... may their demise have been slow and their regret and shame bottomless.
French Guitar Guy
French Guitar Guy 10 gün önce
@Maya Davy the no women and children getting away was in regards of survival- sure they got of the artic but this boat was never seen again
Maya Davy
Maya Davy 27 gün önce
@ZeroByte oh I agree it was unclear at first
ZeroByte
ZeroByte 27 gün önce
@Maya Davy then a detail is unclear or something because at 16:19 he says the aft starboard lifeboat was loaded with women and children and provisions and put under command of the butcher. Then the butcher mutinies by cutting loose against captain’s orders and rows off never to be seen again. This is what I was going by.
Maya Davy
Maya Davy 28 gün önce
@ZeroByte 20:30, it appears not. "5 of the ship lifeboats were gone, and not a single woman or child was safely away yet."
ZeroByte
ZeroByte Aylar önce
It was mostly women and children on the butcher's boat.
Peter Gates
Peter Gates 4 gün önce
Great documentary welldone such tradgedys should never be forgotten...so many similar ones that wuuld later be saved by radio...
Razgriz
Razgriz 3 aylar önce
As a Newfoundlander I never knew about this piece of our history till now..... However if you go diving around the coast of Newfoundland there are hundreds to thousands of shipwrecks you can find!
M.Streicher
M.Streicher 6 aylar önce
Funny how the initially "doomed" ship survived just because it had watertight bulkheads and a crew that wasn't absolutely incompetent.
M ZIN
M ZIN 4 gün önce
@Pip and Lou's Beanie Boos LPS 9:32 يُرِيدُونَ أَن يُطْفِـُٔوا۟ نُورَ ٱللَّهِ بِأَفْوَٰهِهِمْ وَيَأْبَى ٱللَّهُ إِلَّآ أَن يُتِمَّ نُورَهُۥ وَلَوْ كَرِهَ ٱلْكَـٰفِرُونَ ٣٢ They wish to extinguish Allah’s light with their mouths, but Allah will only allow His light to be perfected, even to the dismay of the disbelievers. 9:33 هُوَ ٱلَّذِىٓ أَرْسَلَ رَسُولَهُۥ بِٱلْهُدَىٰ وَدِينِ ٱلْحَقِّ لِيُظْهِرَهُۥ عَلَى ٱلدِّينِ كُلِّهِۦ وَلَوْ كَرِهَ ٱلْمُشْرِكُونَ ٣٣ He is the One Who has sent His Messenger with ˹true˺ guidance and the religion of truth, making it prevail over all others, even to the dismay of the polytheists.
Pip and Lou's Beanie Boos LPS
Pip and Lou's Beanie Boos LPS 4 gün önce
@M ZIN stop trying to convert people.
French Guitar Guy
French Guitar Guy 10 gün önce
@Dabbing Hitler's Memes it matters, punctures explain the slowed sinking as well as the compartments filling up
Village Magician
Village Magician Aylar önce
@JAFO no shit
JAFO
JAFO Aylar önce
@Village Magician - Had the Titanic's "watertight" bulkheads actually been made properly (which is to say, extending all the way up to the deck, rather than being open at their tops, which allowed water to spill over into the adjacent compartments), things might have ended very differently.
Légus
Légus 5 aylar önce
That's one of the most depressing stories I've heard, holy shit. Literally everything went wrong.
The little red haired girl from across the street
The little red haired girl from across the street 3 aylar önce
Rest In Peace to Anna and Stewart, who gave their lives in the service of others
relative systems
relative systems 4 aylar önce
Aside from this being a terrific rendition of this story, I'm always happy when a content creator pronounces Newfoundland correctly. You'd be surprised how rare that is. Great stuff, you've got a new subscriber :)
JAFO
JAFO Aylar önce
Well, that's balanced by his inability to pronounce 'Celtic' correctly... 😉
Elliot Chinnery Hinks
Elliot Chinnery Hinks 3 aylar önce
Never ever heard about a tragedy like this, an incredible video, blown away... Some cowardly, disgusting weasels of men who I hope died in shame and loneliness. A few good men among them, this story perfectly optimises life in the stupidity and cruelty of most human beings and their disgusting self interest and there are only a few good people with honour. The horror and sadness, what an incredible story, best watch I've seen for a while I've learnt watching this and this video reminds me how shockingly pathetic people can be but there are also some diamonds in the rough. That woman you mentioned who kept working the pumps even with her hands nothing but blood and blisters is an inspiration to think about and she has more bravery and strength than all those men on that ship put together. Captain sounds like a hero who had an impossible task made more impossible by the arseholes on board...
ayyKatx
ayyKatx 5 aylar önce
This video itself serves as a memorial to those who lost their lives that day and those who did everything they could to save others. Thank you for making this and keeping their memories alive today.
Mainframe
Mainframe 4 aylar önce
Yeah apart from the rapists and vile passengers who I hope are in hell.
Vegan V
Vegan V 4 aylar önce
@Holger Danske Eating animaIs is COVlD and Monkeypox.. 😒🦠🥓🍳🍔🍣🍗🥩🌭🍤🍕🍖. You’re not supposed to eat animaIs and their secretions. No fibre if you eat animIls and cheese and milk etc !!!! We’ve got long long guts. Flat teeth 🦷. Little flat teeth 😬. Moving left and right |-_| . We are herbivores. We act like ‘Omnivores’, and get blocked arteries eating animals fat deposits clog the arteries. Cancer high blood pressure diabetes strokes. 51% death rate !!! That is extremely high for a 5 minute burger etc !!!! Vegans have 4% cancer and that’s it. Peer review science !!!! GoriIlas are herbivores. They never ever eat animals. And they are huge ✅❤️💪🦍. 98.6% the same as us !!! 1% cancer in the wild !!!! COVlD-19, Plant based diet, they had a 73% lower risk, then meat eaters. Peer reviewed science. trshow.info/watch/e9DP3AaTC48/video.html ...
Holger Danske
Holger Danske 4 aylar önce
Holger Danske Holger Danske 1 second ago The Clown doing the story, has no idea, about Port & Starboard ! So the helmsman was ordered to turn RIGHT.......which meant LEFT.........??????? The narrator, does not know what the heck he is talking about !
Vegan V
Vegan V 5 aylar önce
Time-Iapse, 6-10 days 🧟‍♂️🦠🍖🔴... (inside your stomach) trshow.info/watch/MRT-vc5zRBY/video.html ... 🤮 NO fibre !!! Stays in your body and r🧟‍♂️ts away 🧟‍♂️🦠💩🍖🔴... PH 4 !!!! Plaque forms eating animals and eggs and fish etc🤮🤮🤮..... That’s why I’m vegan, Iots of fibre if you eat pIants and fruit and nuts and berries and tubers and lentils beans etc. PH 7-10, no smell. No plaque anywhere. ✅❤️💪😬😉. Herbivore, goriIlas and bonobos and Orangutangs are 1% cancer in the wild, they are plant based. Humans have a heart attack and cancer and high blood pressure and dementia and AIzheimer’s and strokes 51% death rate eating animals and cheese etc, Fat deposits clog the arteries, No fibre, stays in your body and rots away !!!! Covid and ‘Monkeypox’-Ratpox 😒🦠🍖🔴🐀🐮🐷🐔🐣🐟.... 75%. Peer-review science 🧬 !!! Over a frigging burger etc, you can have vegan burgers and vegan chicken and vegan pizza and vegan curry and vegan burritos etc. You don’t hurt your cute little dog 😍🤗🐶🤥 Go vegan. Cheap. Win-win situation ✅❤️🌎😉..
True Grinder
True Grinder 3 aylar önce
Neptune’s eternal fury on those who disgraced the title of sailor that day with their cowardice, base behaviors, and abandonment of their own humanity. Surely he smiles on those who did their duty that day, including the erstwhile Captain, who according to tradition, went down with the ship and survived only by chance. Unfortunately then his character was called into question by the very lowbellies who contributed so much to the final death toll by trying to save their own cowardly skins. The very best and the very worst of humanity on full display in one event
Nova G
Nova G 4 aylar önce
The amount of work you put into this was truly impressive. Thank you for telling this story.
BEE KOOL
BEE KOOL 2 aylar önce
I am just absolutely shocked by this story. Just so tragic and horrific. Great telling of this incredibly sad story.
Antonov AN-225 MRIYA
Antonov AN-225 MRIYA 2 aylar önce
Such an honorable woman anna downer was, may she be at peace
soozmct
soozmct 5 aylar önce
This was a brilliant presentation. I can’t always follow stories like this but I could follow you second by second. Was really terrific. What a nightmare. Ive never heard of such large scale wickedness on a ship. Unbelievable. I’m sticking around to watch more of your great storytelling. Very rare
Wade Penley
Wade Penley 3 aylar önce
I like how you tell the story of the sinking of the Arctic. The detail of the animation was good and I love how you gave the visual in time with the story.
Tropical_Addict
Tropical_Addict 29 gün önce
The captain along with the crew of his that stayed by his side till the end will forever be made in my memory, the biggest thing that I can respect is self sacrifice in order to save other lives that aren't your own and these men and women who have sacrificed themselves for the well being of others have touched my soul and will now forever be immortalized by this video and will forever live on in my memory and soul, may they rest in peace knowing that their efforts weren't for not
SCP - 1471
SCP - 1471 5 aylar önce
I am so glad I stumbled across this channel. I am fascinated by the sea (whereas also utterly terrified of her for various reasons) and deeply in love with it. I am astonished by people like you who took the time and effort to bring us history lessons of things that aren't as famous as, for example the sinking of the Titanic, and all that for free. Amazing work, amazing video. I hope you get the gratitude and money you guys deserve for making knowledge free for us all. ~ lovely greetings from Austria.
Bobby'o
Bobby'o 5 aylar önce
This makes the Titanic look like a great success
evil1by1
evil1by1 Aylar önce
People forget that things like this were a contributing factor to the events that played out there. Women and children first was certainly not the norm and they were usually the bulk of the casualties. The Titanic and her people were products of their era.
Harrison Karn
Harrison Karn Aylar önce
The only "wrong" choice the Titanic's crew made was launching half full lifeboats. However, this was only done because they thought the ship would sink slow enough to ferry all of the passengers onto the Californian.
AzOutlaw7
AzOutlaw7 5 aylar önce
This is simply epic. I had never heard of these tragedies. Captain Luce, whether he would believe it or not, is a true hero for all he did. As well as the others that stood their posts. Hopefully all those deserters & mutineers felt the heavy weight of their selfish actions for the rest of their lives. The quality of this production is excellent. Thank you for this amazing story and saluting the brave seamen of the SS ARCTIC. Kathi
RainScratch
RainScratch 3 aylar önce
Thank you for this well researched, well produced study of a maritime disaster lost in the fog of time. Most disasters are culminations of many disparate elements and failings. With the Arctic, lack of lifeboats, the avoid manoevre, the fog, the high speed mandate, lack of crew loyalty and training, lack of watertight compartments, wooden construction etc. Despite the bad damage and other circumstances it was surprising the Arctic stayed afloat as long as she did. I was astonished to hear that the Vesta survived, and made it to land, and was put back in service.
Colin White
Colin White 2 aylar önce
As is almost always the case, when faced with adversity, man shows both the very best and the very worst of what we’re capable of. Superb presentation.
Aaron Garcia
Aaron Garcia 4 aylar önce
although these luxury ships tragically sank, it would have been so interesting to have been in this era of travel, how different the accommodations and treatment to 1st and second class passengers.
Northicex
Northicex 6 aylar önce
"Let the world know that one man stood by his post." He was a man at the age of 22, towering over children in adult bodies that surrounded him. I must admit at this part I wept. (Edit for accuracy)
C Porter
C Porter 27 gün önce
@sydney.g.sloan gamma gee well said. Fuck I wish there was more people out there that can actually understand this stuff and understand the easy to grasp concept that history shouldn't be screwed around with for the sake of a more exciting story, and that those who blatantly do this shouldn't be praised in the slightest.
sydney.g.sloan gamma gee
sydney.g.sloan gamma gee 27 gün önce
@C Porter Oh, yeah,yeah, that part was obvious in reading some of these comments, "Did you even watch the video?" I will keep an eye out for that other you mentioned . . . but don't hurt yourself trying, the realization of truth is just not possible for those who refuse to see.
C Porter
C Porter 28 gün önce
@sydney.g.sloan gamma gee Oh you have no idea! Recently there was a guy who made a garbage level Docu about Floyd Collins, a caver who died in 1925, and the person who made that video got millions of views from it, but at the end of the day had a stunning VISUAL video, but his history was as sensational as basic yellow journalism, and it was clear as day he didn't care enough to put the true facts in. So i made a video in response to that which tells the true history complete with actual sources and the reality of the situation, and I've been getting his fans bitching to me in the comments all the time telling me that I'm wrong because I'm calling him out on it, and didn't care about sugarcoating it! Plus the majority of them haven't even watched the video fully too.
sydney.g.sloan gamma gee
sydney.g.sloan gamma gee 28 gün önce
@C Porter That must keep you extremely busy!
C Porter
C Porter 28 gün önce
@sydney.g.sloan gamma gee thanks. I've been told before that I have a extreme amount of patience for uninformed & mistaken people. Edit: okay this is my first time actually looking back on this conversation in months, I completely forgot who is who in this. Jim isn't uninformed, but there were several people who seem to have now deleted all of their comments that were quite ridiculous.
A Garlic Sorbet
A Garlic Sorbet 4 aylar önce
I have seen so many people on Titanic videos saying "oh women on Titanic wasn't shouting 'women's rights' when they were boarding the lifeboats" nonsense, I would love to direct them to this video and see what men like them did to women in history when the officers weren't keeping them in their bloody line with Webley six guns pointed at them.
Will Metz
Will Metz 4 aylar önce
It’s sad that things like this continued to happen, even in the aviation world
Kim Ouahidy
Kim Ouahidy 4 aylar önce
Amazing job at your telling of this true horrific event. It’s important to remember our history and I hope to learn a lot more from your channel. I’m all in with the like subscribed and notifications so thank you again. -Kim
Sulla
Sulla 11 saatler önce
The captain is not beyond blame. He did abandon his own men. Were the men still on board not supposed to follow the captain's example? Some seem to think it should be "do as I say, not as I do." The captain was a poor example in this moment, despite his other honorable actions.
Cora Buhlert
Cora Buhlert 3 aylar önce
I had actually heard of this tragedy before. I read about it in a book on maritime history as a kid. The book had been a Christmas present for my Dad (who works in the shipping industry) and I cracked it open after I was bored with my own presents and came across this story. I never remembered the name of the ship, only that it was a sidewheeler. What stuck with me was the part about the captain's young son being crushed by the paddle housing.
Moth
Moth 2 aylar önce
A horrific incident, I’m blown away with how evil people can be in a moment of distress
Eric S
Eric S 4 aylar önce
Loved this just as I do all of your other content. Just discovered the tragedy of the Cospatrick in November of 1874. 470 perished but there are literally zero videos on TRshow about this! Think you should remedy this!!!
Raprada
Raprada 4 aylar önce
Tom, thank you so much for spending some time to research and document these lesser known disasters. Your work keeps these people’s names and stories alive for just a little bit longer.
Tyler Y
Tyler Y 5 aylar önce
Captain Luce deserves to be remembered as a hero who did everything he could to save as many people on board the Arctic, despite his crew turning on him.
lowpinglag
lowpinglag 4 aylar önce
0:22 "the absolute hell is the worst I've ever studied" You should look in to the Sewol, a Korean ferry with mostly children aboard, it will open your eyes to just how evil people in power can be.
Bubba
Bubba 3 aylar önce
Give Captain Luce a medal, sounds like he was a true Gentleman-Captain to the end. Working so tirelessly not with the help of his cowardly crew, but rather the brave passengers on board in their best efforts to save those left behind. I might be a massive Titanic fan, but my god, despite this not being as big of a tragedy it sounds 1000x more terrifying for those who had to live and die through it. Rest Well Captain Luce and those loyal to him till the end.
TNM001
TNM001 23 gün önce
nah, he caused the accident (full speed, wrong evasive maneuver), then went on abandoning his 2nd in command and killing part of his crew (shredded lifeboat)...and that after all caused the command structure to fail...which in turn caused chaos on the boat and passengers decend into dispair, which brings the best and worst out of human nature.
Geoff Infield
Geoff Infield Aylar önce
Superb video, and narrated with empathy and respect, it was like watching it in real time, the animation can't be easy but it also proves it doesn't have to be movie quality because you're not trying to fool anyone with it, it really showed what the scene would have been like, absolutely brilliant. Thank you!🤗
SteveMarsh
SteveMarsh 5 aylar önce
Thank you so much for highlighting the truth about this mutiny! Such a beautiful video of a horrific tragedy.
Scottish Jedi
Scottish Jedi 5 aylar önce
It’s hearing stories like this that make you appreciate how calm and professional the Titanic’s crew were during its sinking.
SayItLikeItIs
SayItLikeItIs Aylar önce
Titanic happened in a different age. Between 1854 and 1912, there were substantial technological advances and societal changes which probably had an impact, not just on shipbuilding but behaviours and social norms. Industrialisation, philanthropy and strong religiosity emerged during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. There was also a shift in social mobility during this time and strict moral codes. The Edwardian period with its' advancements in transport, probably marked the start of the early modern period.
Darklord747
Darklord747 3 aylar önce
@Lick My Musket Balls Yankee there were gates yes but they were never locked and the ship was very well supplied
Lick My Musket Balls Yankee
Lick My Musket Balls Yankee 3 aylar önce
@kueller titanic was undersupplied and there was procedure to lock the third class people in by gated stairs and never bothered to go unlock them because of panic and callousness
MJ Leger
MJ Leger 3 aylar önce
@Matthew No one would deny your theory, but people are all different in a crisis, some cope and some cannot, no matter who they are! But if you think and believe that help is on the way, one would be reticent to jump into freezing water!
MJ Leger
MJ Leger 3 aylar önce
@DaWhiteWolffie There are usually paddles and flares in lifeboats, and there was a couple of hours to get away from the ship, even if you had to paddle with your hands. But the water was freezing and that is extremely debilitating to be in water that cold, it can sap your energy in just a few minutes. I'm sure they all thought that they'd be picket up soon, but that and the Carpathia, and other boats in the vicinity is a story in itself.
Abby Cross
Abby Cross Aylar önce
I don't recall ever having cried during a TRshow video before now. That was far more horrific than I had prepared myself for. Those poor people.
La Pensulo
La Pensulo 4 aylar önce
The Captain’s decision to leave the one life boat in hopes of saving the Arctic is the same as decisions made in war. It is not possible to make clean decisions in war, someone always suffers or dies with every decision made in war. The Captain made the correct decision, but he had to figure out how to live with that decision, which played a part in the death of others. Soldiers, who are the leaders, have to learn how to live with decisions that played a part in the deaths of others.
Steve McNair-Wilson
Steve McNair-Wilson 2 gün önce
Brilliant but sadly fascinating
aidan hart
aidan hart 3 gün önce
Bloody hell :/ the astronauts of their time .... noone to help :(
Wìshés Storms
Wìshés Storms 21 gün önce
Such an amazing story so well told, I have subbed, made me actually cry for those good people and Captain Luce who were dealt such cruel blows and treachery, I can’t quite absorb the horror of that day, as for those disgusting men, no words for their disgrace they should have been sent to the gallows!
datathunderstorm
datathunderstorm 4 aylar önce
Great video, Tom - albeit absolutely horrific, astounding, sobering and infinitely depressing. Indeed, here’s the proof that some humans have been born without honour all the way down the ages - it isn’t specific to the 21st century. Thank you for telling this story with such clarity - those true heroes will never be forgotten. I’ve been terrified of the sea my entire life!!! I’m not scared of flying, but sailing? Forget it…!!! 😱 p.s. I was wondering why this story was being told by a dead ringer for the MCU’s Howard Stark 😉……no disrespect intended!
Margaret Weeks
Margaret Weeks 23 gün önce
This just brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for the remembrance of those innocent souls who became one with the sea. Shame on those who acted so cowardly and cruel; for God will judge their actions. Such a informative documentary and beautiful visuals. Bravo.
evwytinguwan
evwytinguwan 22 gün önce
Thank you for telling this story to help ensure that these peoples lives won’t be forgotten.
travelchic
travelchic 2 aylar önce
This was an excellent retelling of an incident I had never known of before. Every time I thought it couldn't get more depressing, boom, some other horrific thing happens. Such a sad tragic story.
Carol Stefan
Carol Stefan Aylar önce
I just watched your video on the SS Arctic. I never heard of this story before and already shared it with some people over coffee. Now I am interested in seeing more of your videos. You have a perfect narrative voice! Might you do a story on one of the Barefoot Cruise ships called The Fantome? They purchased the schooner from Aristotle Onassis. I sailed that beautiful four-masted schooner in the Bahamas. Years later I found the ship was lost in Hurricane Mitch. There was a book written about it which I bought and gave to my brother as we were on the same ship. Sad to see this ship was torn apart with the loss of all crewmen never to be seen again.
Autism Fathers
Autism Fathers 4 aylar önce
I feel bad applauding, but your work is incredible, you've honored those lost in tragedy. Those remembered, are never forgotten
Natalie Siddle
Natalie Siddle Aylar önce
Lived in Canada a few years as a child, so hearing ‘Newfoundland’ pronounced the right way awakened happy memories. … which I clung to by the end of this horrific tale 😮
Black Napalm
Black Napalm 6 aylar önce
*There should be a HORROR movie based on this story* Wouldn't have to change a single detail either it was so heinous
The Caring
The Caring 3 aylar önce
True, it would work as a good horror film because it has gore, it’s terrifying and sad, perfect horror movie.
M ZIN
M ZIN 3 aylar önce
10:21 وَإِذَآ أَذَقْنَا ٱلنَّاسَ رَحْمَةًۭ مِّنۢ بَعْدِ ضَرَّآءَ مَسَّتْهُمْ إِذَا لَهُم مَّكْرٌۭ فِىٓ ءَايَاتِنَا ۚ قُلِ ٱللَّهُ أَسْرَعُ مَكْرًا ۚ إِنَّ رُسُلَنَا يَكْتُبُونَ مَا تَمْكُرُونَ ٢١ When We give people a taste of mercy after being afflicted with a hardship, they swiftly devise plots against Our revelations! Say, ˹O Prophet,˺ “Allah is swifter in devising ˹punishment˺. Surely Our messenger-angels record whatever you devise.” 10:2 هُوَ ٱلَّذِى يُسَيِّرُكُمْ فِى ٱلْبَرِّ وَٱلْبَحْرِ ۖ حَتَّىٰٓ إِذَا كُنتُمْ فِى ٱلْفُلْكِ وَجَرَيْنَ بِهِم بِرِيحٍۢ طَيِّبَةٍۢ وَفَرِحُوا۟ بِهَا جَآءَتْهَا رِيحٌ عَاصِفٌۭ وَجَآءَهُمُ ٱلْمَوْجُ مِن كُلِّ مَكَانٍۢ وَظَنُّوٓا۟ أَنَّهُمْ أُحِيطَ بِهِمْ ۙ دَعَوُا۟ ٱللَّهَ مُخْلِصِينَ لَهُ ٱلدِّينَ لَئِنْ أَنجَيْتَنَا مِنْ هَـٰذِهِۦ لَنَكُونَنَّ مِنَ ٱلشَّـٰكِرِينَ ٢٢ He is the One Who enables you to travel through land and sea. And it so happens that you are on ships, sailing with a favourable wind, to the passengers’ delight. Suddenly, the ships are overcome by a gale wind and those on board are overwhelmed by waves from every side, and they assume they are doomed. They cry out to Allah ˹alone˺ in sincere devotion, “If You save us from this, we will certainly be grateful.” 10:23 فَلَمَّآ أَنجَىٰهُمْ إِذَا هُمْ يَبْغُونَ فِى ٱلْأَرْضِ بِغَيْرِ ٱلْحَقِّ ۗ يَـٰٓأَيُّهَا ٱلنَّاسُ إِنَّمَا بَغْيُكُمْ عَلَىٰٓ أَنفُسِكُم ۖ مَّتَـٰعَ ٱلْحَيَوٰةِ ٱلدُّنْيَا ۖ ثُمَّ إِلَيْنَا مَرْجِعُكُمْ فَنُنَبِّئُكُم بِمَا كُنتُمْ تَعْمَلُونَ ٢٣ But as soon as He rescues them, they transgress in the land unjustly. O humanity! Your transgression is only against your own souls. ˹There is only˺ brief enjoyment in this worldly life, then to Us is your return, and then We will inform you of what you used to do. 10:24 إِنَّمَا مَثَلُ ٱلْحَيَوٰةِ ٱلدُّنْيَا كَمَآءٍ أَنزَلْنَـٰهُ مِنَ ٱلسَّمَآءِ فَٱخْتَلَطَ بِهِۦ نَبَاتُ ٱلْأَرْضِ مِمَّا يَأْكُلُ ٱلنَّاسُ وَٱلْأَنْعَـٰمُ حَتَّىٰٓ إِذَآ أَخَذَتِ ٱلْأَرْضُ زُخْرُفَهَا وَٱزَّيَّنَتْ وَظَنَّ أَهْلُهَآ أَنَّهُمْ قَـٰدِرُونَ عَلَيْهَآ أَتَىٰهَآ أَمْرُنَا لَيْلًا أَوْ نَهَارًۭا فَجَعَلْنَـٰهَا حَصِيدًۭا كَأَن لَّمْ تَغْنَ بِٱلْأَمْسِ ۚ كَذَٰلِكَ نُفَصِّلُ ٱلْـَٔايَـٰتِ لِقَوْمٍۢ يَتَفَكَّرُونَ ٢٤ The life of this world is just like rain We send down from the sky, producing a mixture of plants which humans and animals consume. Then just as the earth looks its best, perfectly beautified, and its people think they have full control over it, there comes to it Our command by night or by day, so We mow it down as if it never flourished yesterday! This is how We make the signs clear for people who reflect.
Paul Blichmann
Paul Blichmann 5 aylar önce
Worth it just to see the one man IMPALED by the giant spike on the front of the smaller ship
trafficjon400
trafficjon400 5 aylar önce
@Noah Myhre How📽? when i was 16 i was Projectionist for paramount district theatres. Did get Promotions from Paramount on my Excellent Cue Marking and Film editing was about it. Applauds from 1200 in the audience's a few times.
Noah Myhre
Noah Myhre 5 aylar önce
I can help film 🎥
Heroic-Stem-Cell Gaming
Heroic-Stem-Cell Gaming 28 gün önce
What an absolutely harrowing story. This is the first video of your channel I have ever seen, absolutely beautiful narration, animation was lovely. Definitely subscribing to the channel and looking forward to more stories
Maria R
Maria R 4 aylar önce
The amount of research that is put into these storytellings is phenomenal. Keep up the amazing work!
VG_I4NI
VG_I4NI Aylar önce
What a brutal accident . I can't believe at 46 yrs old this is the first I've ever heard of it
MOMS Mushrooms Jody Foster
MOMS Mushrooms Jody Foster 3 aylar önce
You're just a brilliant Storyteller I found myself hanging on every word and visualizing the drama as you spoke it
Jeffrey Montgomery
Jeffrey Montgomery 2 aylar önce
Wow, just wow, One of the best documentaries on a mid 19th century shipwreck. This truly shows that peril upon the sea or anywhere for that matter brings out people's true colors.
Fred Fox
Fred Fox 5 aylar önce
I'd never heard about this; what a harrowing and terrible experience for those people. Video was excellently made - nice work!
Jean Love
Jean Love 3 aylar önce
I heard about the crashing and sinking, but never about the actual people before. This was well told and I have a better understanding on what happened on the ship now.
Shirley Hill
Shirley Hill 4 aylar önce
Shocking story and sad and tragic at the sametime. God rest those poor souls. Thanks for the story. I always feel lucky to be living in this era. Very grateful for the good life I have and I hope I can help other people during my lifetime here on earth.
Ted Ragus
Ted Ragus 5 aylar önce
I'm really surprised that Captain Luce survived but they made him look like the villain instead of him trying to save everyone
j b
j b 4 aylar önce
It's human nature, unfortunately, to want to make oneself look good, or at least innocent, while at the same time making someone else look really bad, thereby taking the pressure off the criminals (that's what they actually are, being murderers, in this instance). Just think of the actions of the captain of the Costa Concordia in 2012....he jumped off the ship, never making sure everyone was off it, got to land, then lied over and over about staying with the ship until nearly everyone was found (one couple has never been found, even though the ship was finally cut apart and hauled away by a salvage company). It's the coward's way of "handling" life events that would put them in a bad light, even when they deserve it, and is not what a mature, rational person would do, as evidenced by those who did try to help others.
Kurt Sherrick
Kurt Sherrick 5 aylar önce
I am sorry I meant WWI. Word change changed my Lusitania comment to the second World War. The Indianapolis was at the end of WWII. The Captain of the Orca in Jaws told the horrifying event of the U.S.S Indianapolis.
Kurt Sherrick
Kurt Sherrick 5 aylar önce
It happens everytime. The British Government and Churchill who was head of the British Admiralty during WWII. They tried to blame the Captain of the Lusitania and a British Judge refused to falsify accuse the Captain. So they made up a lie about U20 saying the Submarine shot two torpedoes which had been proven to only shoot one Torpedo. Churchill set up the Ship. There is a recent Documentary Movie about the Sinking of the Lusitania. The U.S. Government falsely accused Mcvay the Captain of the U.S.S. Indianapolis that dropped off the A Bombs. The Japanese Captain of the Submarine that sank the Indianapolis that there was nothing McVay could have done to stop him from sinking the Hero Battleship. Mcvay shot himself the day he buried his wife. His family worked for years to correct the record and finally succeeded. They always have to blame others for their mistakes.
Mark Lowery
Mark Lowery 5 aylar önce
They did the same to Capt Turner of Lusitania, with orders the admiralty claimed they sent him but they didn’t. Got him on the stand, he’s traumatised and they tried to make him seem like he led the ship into the hands of a German uboat. It was all to fuel propaganda to enter WW1
C.J. O'Dell
C.J. O'Dell 5 aylar önce
Those cowards were just trying to cover up their own misdeeds
Steve Franklin
Steve Franklin 3 aylar önce
You did an outstanding job putting this documentary together!
Sally Buckley
Sally Buckley 5 aylar önce
Oh my goodness. Immediately subscribed- this is great content. But good lord, everytime I thought things couldn't get any worse for these passengers, they did; tenfold. Thank you for the wonderfully respectful and enjoyable to listen to narration. I will now binge on the rest of your videos.
Chris Rattray
Chris Rattray 4 aylar önce
Amazing graphics! As someone already said, why hasn’t this been made into a full length movie or even better, a Netflix mini series. It holds so many heroic, hopeful, horrific, yet completely incredible stories yet to be read which would make an extremely compelling series.
Chris Rattray
Chris Rattray 3 aylar önce
I just read the book “The Sea Shall Embrace Them” I bought it immediately after seeing this video.
Nick McGrath
Nick McGrath 4 aylar önce
My parents come from Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula. I've heard about this tragedy a few times. Thanks making this video. And it was great hearing you pronounce Newfoundland properly!
Brandon
Brandon 6 aylar önce
My hat is off to the brave young gentleman that never abandoned his post manning the emergency signals until his death. The bravest man on the ship by far and worthy of a statue in his honor!
Martin Clark
Martin Clark 5 aylar önce
As a Brit native living in Sydney I to salute that same young gentleman. Honour and respect from Australia.
Jim J
Jim J 5 aylar önce
I would kill everyone else on the ship if it meant I had a 10% extra survival chance.
Martin J. Hammersmith
Martin J. Hammersmith 6 aylar önce
Maybe the other men were really trans women?
Micheal Taylor
Micheal Taylor 6 aylar önce
Shouldn't need a statue just to stay, goodby. Really, just want anyone who approves of his lifestyle is forward. That's the way of the world?
Grace Semenzato
Grace Semenzato 6 aylar önce
And that woman that remained doing her job with bloody hands while the boat was sinking.
Peter Lazuric
Peter Lazuric 4 aylar önce
What a tragic story. I never heard of the S.S. Arctic sinking until now. Thank you for sharing.
Haliaeetus leucocephalus
Haliaeetus leucocephalus 4 aylar önce
Amazing job telling this story. I'd never heard of it. Thanks for preserving history.
miketinabo
miketinabo 3 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing. I assure you Stewart Holland's family has not forgotten. I have the Daguerreotype from which the Currier and Ives print was designed. I was interested to learn of Anna Downer, the Stewardess who worked the handpump until she bled, and stayed at it. Stewart was not alone in persistence of loyalty and duty, and perhaps a little hope. I understand she was a woman of color and so less was said about her and no talk of a monument to her, which is sad and I hope can be rectified. There was talk of one for Stewart in DC but the civil war intervened. There is a plaque now to him and the Arctic in the District Building (the John A Wilson Building) in DC as Stewart was a DC native. I believe my mother had some role in that. Stewart was her great great grandmother's nephew. Alexander Brown, who wrote Women and Children Last, and was descended, I believe, from the Banker Brown's family, worked for or with the Mariners Museum in Newport News where we lived. Somehow they got Newport News Shipbuilding to donate the plaque. We all trooped up to DC for the unveiling. I was only about 5 or 6 at the time so I remember very little. I went to visit it about 20 years ago. Anyway, we remember!
goldenagenut
goldenagenut 3 aylar önce
That was a great retelling and visual illustration of what happened. Great job all!
Ben Strong
Ben Strong 6 aylar önce
Jesus Christ, that was a terrible tragedy. I kept thinking it couldn't get any worse, and then it did. Thank you for telling their story.
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