Nazi Secrets (Full Episode) | Drain the Oceans

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Hidden deep underwater is the untold story of how the Nazis waged a secret war across the world’s oceans.
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C.J. Cleveland
C.J. Cleveland 2 aylar önce
I've always loved the Nat Geo documentaries over the years. But I really love the "Drain the Ocean" series. Technology today that helps find these underwater wrecks and then helps to scan them in 3-D like a model is just fantastic. I'm waiting for the tech that allows you to walk through these ships as if they were on the surface through some kind of hologram-ish type of thing projected down to the wreck, eliminating the danger of actually having to dive to it. Just a thought. 🤔 Anyways, loved the video and can't wait for more!! 😁👍
Edward Zata
Edward Zata 24 gün önce
I’m 😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅o😅ooooo😅o😅😅o😅😅o😅ooo😅o😅o😅o
Twinflame Aylar önce
Haha great forecast. Im doing we're doing your holographic projection down to the wreck search idea. Thanks for confirming
Doctor M
Doctor M 3 aylar önce
THANK YOU NAT GEO Channel for always presenting well made documentaries and not giving into those moronic so-called 'reality' shows. Every other channel that I used to watch like A&E, TLC, Discovery, etc have all gone straight down the into the garbage pile of bad programming. Thankfully I have your channel to enjoy the most interesting and well done programs.
Gandalf LOTR
Gandalf LOTR 3 aylar önce
Only conspiracy theories think this is real
Ryan Gibson
Ryan Gibson 3 aylar önce
What, you don't like Ancient Astronaut Theorists? LMAO! I know, I don't either. The History channel failed by trying to entertain everyone instead of providing history.
Donny#17 2 aylar önce
Very interesting! I never knew about this battle. Imagine being there on one of those ships, respect to all the fallen ones🙏🏻
CoffeeMug 3 aylar önce
The story of HMAS Sydney is a good example on why one should be careful even when faces something seemingly innocent. Concealed weapons are the scariest of all. You don't know what your enemy will pull out. If HMAS Sydney was on guard, she could have responded fast enough.
Ian Maxwell
Ian Maxwell Aylar önce
That is why I doubt they raised the flag before firing. The Sydney never responded at until is was too late which suggests they were fired upon without warning. It is easy to claim rules were followed when nobody survived to contradict your story
Stephen E. Adams
Stephen E. Adams Aylar önce
@Taras Wertelecki Neither ship had 8 inch guns, HMAS Sydney had 6 inch (2 x4) and the Koromoran had 5.9 inch (1 x 6)
Mary Rose Chapman
Mary Rose Chapman Aylar önce
@Marty Ollier when Kormoran's crew was interrogated by Australian Military Intelligence, a number of that crew stated that the Sydney's CO was suckered into closing Kormoraqn on that angle because the Kormoran CO advised the Sydney that they had a seriously injured crewman onboard and were requesting medical assistance from the Sydney's Medical Officer. Given that they were flying a Dutch flag at the time, it is not overly surprising that CO Sydney believed this. My reference, by the way, is 'HMAS SYDNEY' written by Dr Tom Frame (Ex-Royal Australian Navy and author of numerous books on Australian Naval history). Oh, and Detmers was later proven to have lied on a number of issues in his account. If what the crew said was correct, it constituted what is regarded as piracy on the high seas - the penalty for which is summary execution, so Detmers had plenty of reason to cover up certain issues in his account.
Taras Wertelecki
Taras Wertelecki Aylar önce
@CoffeeMug Most of the exposed men were reduced to hamburger by the 20 and 37mm cannon shells Kormoran rained down on the Sydney.
Taras Wertelecki
Taras Wertelecki Aylar önce
If she was on guard, Kormoran would have target practice for her quick firing 8-inch guns. There was no way Kormoran could have run away, Sydney was able to cruise at nearly twice the speed Kormoran could. Her guns were no match either for the Sydney, her only advantage was surprise.
HUN7ER 3 aylar önce
One of the best WW II naval documentaries I've see in recent time. Thank you NatGeo for enabling us to watch this free.
Dubh Sith
Dubh Sith Aylar önce
Its decade's old.
MyAss Izitchy
MyAss Izitchy Aylar önce
My favorite ww2 documentary is ww2 from space. I love it
Jack Feder
Jack Feder Aylar önce
@Twinflame Yes, I guess people trying to make fake answer or review bots wouldn't pick a name like that, would they?
Twinflame Aylar önce
@Evonne pretty much yup
Knapweed 2 aylar önce
This is the most riveting war documentary I've seen in some time. The ingenuity that went behind the crafting of the armed merchant vessel is extraordinary, desperately tragic though the sinking of HMSA Sydney proved to be.
mat4410 3 aylar önce
One research video I found was they were able to close on U-480 because they had scraped the rubber coating when they went to rest on a sand bed giving an accurate location of “the dragons lair” to mine it. I didn’t know about the Sidney and found the whole story amazing. There were model kits available as a kid which had freighters with hidden guns on deck, but the Germans definitely took it to the next level.
russell straw
russell straw 3 aylar önce
This is a brilliant series very enjoyable and informative
Paul McDonagh
Paul McDonagh 10 gün önce
Shame about the narrator though. I've never before in my life heard anyone pronounce the first "r" in february. So weird lol
Colin 3 aylar önce
Drain the oceans will forever be one of my favorite nat geo shows
Marc Smith
Marc Smith Aylar önce
@verity I have something you can wrap your head around We've only explored less than 10% of the oceans on the Planet
Don Louden
Don Louden Aylar önce
Not Goa e h
Aarya Shukla
Aarya Shukla Aylar önce
Mine too
Sander Aylar önce
Yes but not when i see every episode 1000 times
Theophilus Jedediah
Theophilus Jedediah 2 aylar önce
At least of the post woke era
Ashwani Yadav
Ashwani Yadav 3 aylar önce
I like this kinda free documentation it really gives lots of knowledge 🙂❤️
Twinflame Aylar önce
@yeahman not anymore. - Creator
yeahman 2 aylar önce
@Digital Organism the universe was created for free but us humans are the only creatures that pay to live.
raa agent🤲😓
raa agent🤲😓 3 aylar önce
@MORYAKANTHA "yep we are paying for internet" stop lying.🤥
DV MO 3 aylar önce
This is an awesome documentary, I enjoyed watching it so much.
National Geographic
National Geographic 3 aylar önce
Thanks for watching!
MrMatt905 3 aylar önce
The “The heavy water war” is a really good dramatized series that includes a lot of the heavy water factory , and even covers the tragedy of this ferry!
Gary Aylar önce
Col. Hogan never gets enough credit for his role in hindering the German nuclear program, by convincing Col. Klink that heavy water is a cure for baldness.
Mal Evolent
Mal Evolent 2 aylar önce
@Elgato Agreed. They were years away from a working reactor, much less weapons-grade uranium. That said, the raids on the plant and ferry were truly heroic.
Metronorthwtrain 3 aylar önce
I think there was more than a half ton of heavy water. 18 barrels.
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Elgato 3 aylar önce
Germany never came close to a nuke. Bad physics. Good thing Einstein escaped
Martin Usher
Martin Usher 3 aylar önce
In a word … utterly fascinating. A brilliant doco. 🐨🇦🇺
Ant 3 aylar önce
Great doc. History can surely teach us a lot. Mostly, that certain times of it must never be allowed to manifest and repeat themselves.
Chefs Corner
Chefs Corner Aylar önce
And yet we seem to repeat history on a consistent basis. Will the human species ever learn from their mistakes!!!
Go Hawks 2023
Go Hawks 2023 Aylar önce
@Batman yes, sadly you can see it happening.
Go Hawks 2023
Go Hawks 2023 Aylar önce
@steve jette not a thing. Your spot on.
Batman Aylar önce
It's repeating though.
OD 3 aylar önce
Every so often we get an exquisite documentary like this, keep it up with the WW2 genre it's what people like imo.
Mohd Fahmi
Mohd Fahmi 3 aylar önce
.. lawa
BruceMyersLBZ 3 aylar önce
Not your opinion, you are most definitely speaking for the vast majority
Metaphor Art
Metaphor Art 3 aylar önce
A brilliant and educational video, thanks for uploading it
National Geographic
National Geographic 3 aylar önce
Thanks for watching! We will be posting full episodes every week, so stay tuned!
Marty Ollier
Marty Ollier 2 aylar önce
My Father's uncle was a seaman on the Sydney, he died just hours before they were due to take that fateful voyage from a fall out of a 2nd story window of the building they were housed in. He got up in the wee small hours to go to the toilet, and as was the custom before a mission all the crew had been having their fill of liquid refreshments the night before, and in his befuddled state he turned right instead of left and walked straight off the balcony. Broke his neck... If he had not have died in the fall and just been injured he would've stayed ashore and been the only surviving crew member of the ship...
Dennis Raymond
Dennis Raymond Aylar önce
You're absolutely right.... Good evening Marty how are you doing over there hope you, it's such a lovely day that the lord has made 😊
James Mcduff
James Mcduff 3 aylar önce
They took a barrel of the heavy water found just off the wreck site back in 2005ish, and it was found to be heavy water after testing. They made a PBS documentary about it.
Honor Ladone
Honor Ladone 3 aylar önce
That's what they're saying in this video exactly what you said plus more.
Fred Flintstone
Fred Flintstone 3 aylar önce
The heavy water was only one of several needed components for nuclear fission. Experts who worked on the Manhattan project who were involved in making the successful atom bomb which were used to bomb Japan later inspected Heisenberg's lab in Germany and their report was that he wasn't close to building an atomic bomb, he was missing knowledge critical for being able to do it. He was off on the wrong track.
RI Outboards
RI Outboards 3 aylar önce
@Fred Flintstone you do have to wonder how truthful that report was, or if the original one was destroyed. think about it: if the Germans where found to have been very close to their own bomb but with only a fraction of the bloated American los Alamos effort, it would be embarrassing and make them look less like heroes. everything after the war was designed to make the Germans look like fools. Obviously in reality that was complete nonsense as we stole turbo fan engines, countless pharmaceutical breakthroughs and highly sophisticated rockets for our own use.
Fred Flintstone
Fred Flintstone 3 aylar önce
@Glenn Quagmire Not being an expert on this myself I tend to defer to the scientists that were called to inspect Heisenberg's lab after the war. They stated that given the evidence that Germany wasn't as close as the rest of the world feared. In the end it doesn't matter. History played out the way that it did, and any suggestions regarding 'what might have happened' are mere counterfactuals.
Glenn Quagmire
Glenn Quagmire 3 aylar önce
Opinions vary, there's a lot more to this story and yes they were very close to producing one, too bad the truth is sealed from the public!!!!
Duncan Baynton
Duncan Baynton 3 aylar önce
My mother was the last person to speak to the hmas Sydney they reported they were steaming into Geraldton and were 100 nautical miles north west of that port for fifty years we as a family heard the story then one of the maritime experts heard of her hearing the last message so that’s where they searched and it was found after all those years there is a plaque in her honour for finding the Sydney at the west Australian maritime museum fact!
RAV4815 Aylar önce
Great story! Awesome use of punctuation as well 👍
Sisters Shenanigans
Sisters Shenanigans Aylar önce
@Alex LeVan terrible! I gave up......cant understand
Sisters Shenanigans
Sisters Shenanigans Aylar önce
No punctuation! Please add some full stops, commas etc. I cannot understand what you are rumbling on about!
DropHammer77 Aylar önce
That's awesome. Thanks for sharing. Oblivious that something were doing, though how mundane it might seem at the time, come to find out it could be a key to a huge puzzle and closure for many Families.
Susie Ferenzi
Susie Ferenzi 2 aylar önce
Documentaries like this, make one forget all about what's "P.C." and instead remind us to simply watch and learn about events that really created the world we live in today.
Down The Rabbit Hole
Down The Rabbit Hole 3 aylar önce
The Germans DID build MORE THAN ONE atomic bomb. Search for "Forgotten Battlefields" here on TRshow. A researcher found one in 1996. He reported it to the media, along with ground penetrating radar images of the device. It soon disappeared from the sight where it was found. VERY interesting documentary series right here on YT.
Down The Rabbit Hole
Down The Rabbit Hole 2 aylar önce
@HimOff TheQuakerOatBox As long as people keep believing THAT, then MY secret is safe, so please, by all means: Follow your bliss.
HimOff TheQuakerOatBox
HimOff TheQuakerOatBox 2 aylar önce
There's no way humans could have built an atomic bomb on their own. It must have been aliens based in atlantis.
alfred weaver
alfred weaver 3 aylar önce
@Down The Rabbit Hole mystery of the abandoned
oluwasegun ijibadejo
oluwasegun ijibadejo 3 aylar önce
In fact the technology used then are still not cheap to be acquired by many countries today, it shows how relentless the old classical scientists were
Nanographics 21
Nanographics 21 3 aylar önce
Really really very excellent JOB done by the whole team, Thanks for this.
Kyle Jansky
Kyle Jansky 3 aylar önce
Hey Nat Geo, thanks for always doing it big for us. I appreciate It all since I was a little boy.
Expat 3 aylar önce
Such a wonderful documentary. Thanks Nat Geo 😘😘😘.
Rogent X
Rogent X 3 aylar önce
Technically the Sydney and Korman was a draw; The latter was heavily damaged enough that she had to be scuttled. And the captain of the Sydney got too close and effectively couldn’t get her big guns pointed down far enough. As for the Ferry, it’s been known and covered many times but think that is first time I’ve seen footage of the wreckage. Bit somber knowing there are probably remains of civilians inside, likely buried by silt.
krzykris Aylar önce
@Paolo Martin Exactly. The freighter could have been saved, but they were afraid the Allies would find it before the engines could be repaired and didn't want to lose the element of surprise on the the outer converted ships.
brokenwing bird
brokenwing bird 2 aylar önce
nah, a clear loss
Clain Mings
Clain Mings 2 aylar önce
The price of a light cruiser is not comparable to a converted freighter
Paolo Martin
Paolo Martin 3 aylar önce
Kormoran won because the crew scuttled it, they sunk their own ship.
DV MO 3 aylar önce
I agree that the Sydney got way too close than it should be, the captain calculated risk was off.
Mister Monologue
Mister Monologue 3 aylar önce
You have to tip your hat to them. Taken by surprise and ripped apart with quick fire losing their main guns and comman center within a few seconds and STILL managing to take their killer with them....very respectable.
Andominate Aylar önce
not really that was the strongest thing Australia had at this point...
romel recinto
romel recinto 2 aylar önce
maybe because the sydney was designed to be a warship, thus it was able to withstand all the the fires thrown against her enough to damage her adversary
Geoffrey Bennett
Geoffrey Bennett 2 aylar önce
The one thing you can count on in a crazy fire fight is that if there are Australians in the fight, you might just come back to tell the tale to your loved ones and then try your damndest to forget everything except the men and women who didn't make it. R.I.P. Sydney crew.
Atinotein Tunovas
Atinotein Tunovas 3 aylar önce
Thank for such an important and fantastic documentary of all times. I'm glad I got to see it before I pass and otherwise would never hear of such. It´s appreciated!!!
AN Q 3 aylar önce
Amazing documentary that I enjoyed watching.Keep it up 👍
Philip Liong
Philip Liong 3 aylar önce
National geography thank you for a wonderful documentary.
DÅRkSÊÎD 3 aylar önce
Good experience and great documentary ❤️‍🔥
Mark Doering
Mark Doering 3 aylar önce
wait, so has it been under water for more than 70 years? I'm not sure I heard it right the first 10 times... 😂 Seriously though, this was a great production
ecleveland1 2 aylar önce
This series would be much better without all the repetition, repetition, repetition, oh I said that already.
parkerlynne 3 aylar önce
This is my favorite Nat Geo show!
Odee Dillon
Odee Dillon 3 aylar önce
I loved this series when it was on TV. Now I get to re-watch at will on YT and DVD. 👍👍& 10⭐+ 💯😀
Chilly Billy
Chilly Billy 2 aylar önce
Thanks for posting this. I missed it when it aired on TV.
Rohan Brown
Rohan Brown Aylar önce
Fun fact my great uncles wife was on that ferry and was carrying a pocketbook/pouch that we now call a purse , with her savings full of coins and and small bits of gold she was then paid in and sometimes she would go find some over the years (was a treasure hunter) and when the ferry sunk so did the the pocketbook and when they finally found the boat there it still was with her name engraved into the purse still and all of her belongings were still inside including... A fresh unopened pack of ..... Deez Nuts
Pierre Mainstone-Mitchell
Pierre Mainstone-Mitchell Aylar önce
Thank you very much for this very good re-telling of the Kormoran vs HMAS Sydney battle. I have an indirect connection with Sydney because had he lived one of the officers, SubLt Edwin Ross Eddy, would have become my wife's uncle.
Rexchie1234 2 aylar önce
Thank you Natgeo for all the amazing vids you let us watch for free
Patrick Young
Patrick Young 3 aylar önce
Thank you for this most informative history lesson .
Nazi Grammar
Nazi Grammar 3 aylar önce
Total misinformation
Nocturnal Simulacrum
Nocturnal Simulacrum 3 aylar önce
Probably the best Nat Geo has had in programming
dred mankind
dred mankind 3 aylar önce
What an incredible Documentary 😊👌❤️ Big thank you to NG
The REALEST 3 aylar önce
So Interesting ! Just that repeated phrase "but the Drained waters reveals an amusing devastating secret" scratches my mind
Cranked Up
Cranked Up 3 aylar önce
So I was curious about the lake they were talking about at the beginning of the video and for comparison I searched " how tall is the empire state building ? " , crazy how this lake is deeper than the 381m building .
VanSet Productions
VanSet Productions 2 aylar önce
This was really entertaining, thank you.
Rob H
Rob H 3 aylar önce
I love it when they're like, "this nuclear power station that energizes over a million homes....well it's all in jeopardy if the diesel generators go out".
Knowledge is power 💪💪💪 Brilliant to watch, I'm looking forward to the next 1 👍
yeahman 3 aylar önce
Whats saying this knowledge is the truth?
Japneet Singh
Japneet Singh 2 aylar önce
Hats off to the cameramen who drained an ocean and a lake
Honor Ladone
Honor Ladone 3 aylar önce
This is the best free entertainment. I used to watch you guys all the time on TV channel 12.
SONIC THE HEDGEHOG95 3 aylar önce
Well if you have Foxtel you can record it
Movieclips Trailers In Hindi
Movieclips Trailers In Hindi 3 aylar önce
Amount tech developed in between ww1 to ww1 is unbelievable . They were way ahead of time !
Jacob Le Coy
Jacob Le Coy 2 aylar önce
Carl Childs
Carl Childs 3 aylar önce
Awesome series!
Mr E
Mr E 3 aylar önce
The "Heavy Water" story was made into a movie "The Heroes of Telemark" (1965)
William Gibb
William Gibb 3 aylar önce
I am glad I'm not the only one who remembers the movie. Whether accurate or not, it told the story.
mustang mike
mustang mike 2 aylar önce
Love the the drowning death gargle sounds when the sub sinks, really adds some authenticity.
GamerOfLegends163 2 aylar önce
Using this show as background noise/ distraction while loading or respawning while gaming will have ya in for some surprises when it turns from chill documentary to giving me a lil shock at 45:31 😅 Chill to horror show real fast
S-Rank Lord
S-Rank Lord 3 aylar önce
Despite the fact that war is truly ugly. I commend the fact that the german ship hoisted its war flag before de-camouflaging itself and attacking is testament to how honorable soldiers were back then.
Lane J
Lane J 2 aylar önce
Also it’s a war crime not to
Volodymyr Buchak
Volodymyr Buchak 3 aylar önce
Still,takes balls to go against a cruiser. Despite the camo,the firepower is not even near to be matched. I guess you have to rely on surprise factor.
Human Isomer
Human Isomer 3 aylar önce
This could have been a good documentary if the presented scientific data wouldn't have been messed up right from the start. 3:03: Heavy water is not "chemically hydrogen". It's water. You've cut out the essential part that it's made from Deuterium ("heavy hydrogen") and oxygen, and that Deuterium is chemically hydrogen, but has twice the weight of normal hydrogen. 3:50 Heavy water was mainly required as a moderator, so natural Uranium could be used. Of course it also worked for cooling, but that was not the main purpose. 4:00 They produced (almost) 1000 kilos of heavy water _in_ _total_. Without that last part, the information is useless. I'm not going to mention the rest, if already after 4 minutes the mistakes pile up. Sad to see that the level of exactness has decreased so much at national geographic.
Human Isomer
Human Isomer 2 aylar önce
@Jacob Le Coy I already have a job where I do exactly this. But for areas that have more impact to the real world than youtube channels.
Jacob Le Coy
Jacob Le Coy 2 aylar önce
Get a job there and set them straight.
Afzalbasha Afzalbasha
Afzalbasha Afzalbasha 3 aylar önce
Two remarkable episode I have seen in NGC. Brutal murders. And drain the oceans
ChazzClips 3 aylar önce
Best Christmas gift ever. I've been trying to watch Drain The Ocean but we don't have it.
National Geographic
National Geographic 3 aylar önce
We will be posting more full episodes of Drain the Oceans in the upcoming weeks! Stay tuned!
David Meeks
David Meeks 2 aylar önce
Such amazing and informative technology. In layman's terms, way Cool 😎
Lewis Bartholomew
Lewis Bartholomew Aylar önce
The first Allied ship to be sunk by U480 was the Canadian Corvette HMCS ALBERNI on 21 August 1944. The official memorial for the crews of both vessels is in Courtenay, British Columbia at the HMCS ALBERNI Museum and Memorial (HAMM). Besides artifacts from the Alberni the museum also has records of U480 prior to her last voyage out of Norway. With the assistance of Library and Archives Canada and Germany, all of the names of crewmen have been authenticated as well as correct spellings. HAMM has been in operation since 1999.
Allspark47 3 aylar önce
This is the Natgeo i miss 👍👍
OFFROAD 💯 3 aylar önce
OFFROAD 💯 3 aylar önce
@National Geographic it's always a pleasure 😍
National Geographic
National Geographic 3 aylar önce
We love our Drain the Oceans fans! Thanks for being here!
Murad Ali
Murad Ali 3 aylar önce
Full of knowledge documentary
teerex51 3 aylar önce
A slick high-resolution documentary which, after all is said and done, doesn't actually reveal any more hard facts than the 1965 movie "the Heroes of Telemark".
Noondani Goat and dairy Farm
Noondani Goat and dairy Farm 3 aylar önce
Great documentary
FelipeBall 3 aylar önce
When i found out about the experiments on graf zeppelin i get the same feeling i have when i learn about the operation cross roads these old warships just looks beautiful for me but in our time aesthetics and looks needs to be sacrifice for better stats and performance of warships
Nazi Grammar
Nazi Grammar 3 aylar önce
I'm so sad he didn't do that, but they wouldn't allow him to destroy themselves, they started and made a great money cz of that
Greg B
Greg B 2 aylar önce
I read somewhere that the German crew of Kormoran was rescued by the Queen Mary, which was transporting Australian soldiers to England.
Joe Buk
Joe Buk 2 aylar önce
The title made me think they had some plan to drain the oceans at first 😂
Vic Luna
Vic Luna 3 aylar önce
Best documentaries .. keep it up Nat geo
Pil Pil
Pil Pil 2 aylar önce
Thanks for dropping this *NG!*
L Myrski
L Myrski 3 aylar önce
You would think that a nation like russia, which wanted to build up her fleet, but had no aircraft carriers, would have tried to repair and commission the Graf Zeppelin, even if just for study purposes. Instead, they only tried to build aircraft carriers just before their empire crumbled.
PNW Adventures
PNW Adventures Aylar önce
Japan had more active carriers in WW2 than the rest of the world combined (still and besides the US obviously) but it’s funny that the rest of the modern world still hasn’t built a better navy than what Japan had during the last official world war.
Volodymyr Buchak
Volodymyr Buchak 3 aylar önce
Soviet Union back then. Anyways,you have to look at soviet war doctrine. What is the purpose af an aircraft carrier? Deployment in proximity to the country you’re attaking. USSR relied heavily on developing ICBM technology. It was mostly land country with limited access to open oceans,except north,spesialy with huge vessels of this type. There was no need for them. Aircraft capable heavy cruisers was the alternative. Just my opinion.
Bullseye 2 aylar önce
Hero's of Telemark is a fantastic movie about the hard water, starring Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris
Lucas Dobson
Lucas Dobson 3 aylar önce
I miss the storys my grandfather told me about ww2 not all where good but he talked about it a bit on what the canadian army and navy did what he did
Armani 2 aylar önce
Hope more draining of the ocean shows.
Greg T.
Greg T. 3 aylar önce
I wonder if Ye got to watch this yet. Also, it's amazing what a country smaller than Texas was able to do.
Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn 3 aylar önce
Ye is right about "Who are They" Chase closed his bank account to prove him right.
Christoph1970 3 aylar önce
There's a saying - "If the Germans haven't invented it then it isn't worth inventing."
Robert Mickelberg
Robert Mickelberg 2 aylar önce
The rubber coating on the sub was probably there to counteract magnetic mines, not actually intended for stealth so much as survival.
Batman Aylar önce
My favorite show.
DANNYKBP.. 3 aylar önce
Great episode..👍
Armando Ramirez
Armando Ramirez 11 gün önce
Great song, Matt! My best friend introduced me to Blink-182 in high school and I’ve loved them ever since. I too had an Acura Integra in high school, mine was red!
Tunes C
Tunes C Aylar önce
What a great peaceful use of technology!
Akshay Rana
Akshay Rana 3 aylar önce
Fantastic job guys
ITO EMY 9 gün önce
I learned a lot to this video , thank you very much for making this video , students must have the knowledge on how and where the internet runs and going to database. I just learned it now .thank you so much .
Nariman Nourizadeh
Nariman Nourizadeh 3 aylar önce
This is first time I’ve seen this documentary and it was amazing thank
Ben King
Ben King 3 aylar önce
syed ismail
syed ismail 3 aylar önce
This documentaries prove history is true.
ABN 3 aylar önce
Like there was anydoubt
Hellbound2021 3 aylar önce
Hahaha! What????
I F 3 aylar önce
My impression of this show: This is a ship at the bottom of the ocean. But WHY is the ship at the bottom of the ocean? There's a torpedo hole in the ships side. But HOW DID the ship sink? Water flooded in. But WHERE did the water COME from?
I F Aylar önce
But WHY would you rewatch? the show explains stuff. But HOW does it explain stuff? It uses words. But what are words?? Lol I wouldn't rewatch this if you paid me.
Mary Rose Chapman
Mary Rose Chapman Aylar önce
If you go back and watch the show again, the story of how and why the ship got that torpedo hole is actually explained.
Jacob Le Coy
Jacob Le Coy 2 aylar önce
@Mikkeyboyy Hey Mickkeyboyy, have you know I made it to the 2nd grade, mate.
Jacob Le Coy
Jacob Le Coy 2 aylar önce
From the ocean. It wasn' t drained until later.
Mikkeyboyy 3 aylar önce
see spot run where did spot go
24tanksalot 3 aylar önce
Great video really liked it
Beff Jezos
Beff Jezos 3 aylar önce
This is just insane documentary.... IN-FREAKING-SANE.
Dinco422 3 aylar önce
@TITO QWENTEZ PRODUCTIONZ Dont think so either... 'insane' lol... ppl just didn't learn this and this CGI makes them feel like they now know xD
is it really that crazy? I don't think so
Ronald Elliott
Ronald Elliott 2 aylar önce
bravo this is very interesting i would love to go there
Homie 25 gün önce
Çok şükür Türkçe alt yazılı teşekkür ederim
HAKUN TV 2 aylar önce
Mantaaap BosQ...Luar biasa memang Informasi yang di sajikan Natinal Geographic..Terbaik memang
Chinada My communist home
Chinada My communist home 3 aylar önce
Cant find a plane with trackers but can find a boat 80 years later. Genius is sometimes crazy as hitler apparently was.
Annamarie Venter
Annamarie Venter 3 aylar önce
Amazing absolutely outstanding 👌
sophia Wisdom
sophia Wisdom 2 aylar önce
Knowledgeable documentary to share our worlds history. God bless the dead soldiers at sea
Dennis Raymond
Dennis Raymond Aylar önce
You're absolutely right.... Good evening Sophia how are you doing over there hope you, it's such a lovely day that the lord has made 😊
Sean Crowley
Sean Crowley 3 aylar önce
Heroes of Telemark tells exactly what happened to the ferry. Kirk Douglas was great in it !
Dennis Raymond
Dennis Raymond Aylar önce
You're absolutely right.... Good evening Sean how are you doing over there hope you, it's such a lovely day that the lord has made 😊
radar hanna
radar hanna 2 aylar önce
As an Australian - Thank you
Cutthroat Mc Rage
Cutthroat Mc Rage 2 aylar önce
TOTALLY AWESOME ... TY so very much. Drain the Oceans are such a cool series.
Dennis White
Dennis White 3 aylar önce
Watch the whole video - IMO the last segment is the most astounding.
SoftBytes Unlimited
SoftBytes Unlimited 3 aylar önce
This is why I love GEO..❤
Dror Ben Ami
Dror Ben Ami 3 aylar önce
In other words....we have known exactly what happened for over 70 years....
Andominate Aylar önce
they just didn't believe the German captain lmao....
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