Friday, October 16, 2020

Tonight's Movie Is 'Sinking Of The Lusitania'


 From Wikipedia: Sinking of the Lusitania: Terror at Sea (also known as Lusitania: Murder on the Atlantic, and, in German: Der Untergang der Lusitania: Tragödie eines Luxusliners) is an English-German docu-drama produced in 2007. This 90-minute film is a dramatisation of the sinking of the RMS Lusitania on 7 May 1915 by a German U-boat, U-20. The Lusitania scenes were filmed with full-scale sections of the ship off the coast of South Africa while the U-20 scenes were filmed at Bavaria Studios in Munich using the then-newly refurbished 25-year-old U-boat set, studio model and full-size prop originally built for Das Boot. 


Anonymous said...

Hunter and Joe Biden Scandal Takes a Dark Turn — FBI’s Top Lawyer on Child Porn Involved in Case

Anonymous said...

Do you Russians ever go to bed? Or are you working the night shift?

RussInSoCal said...

9:01 PM

No. We Russians never sleep. We are full time wreaking havoc - deep inside your tiny little brain.



Anonymous said...

Democrats must have their heroes.

Statues of Lincoln are Being Torn Down Because He Hanged Rapists and Child Killers

Anonymous said...

Lusitania divers warned of danger from war munitions in 1982, papers reveal

The Lusitania was a "neutral" ship.

Churchill did that. Possibly Woodrow "the racist" Wilson (D) too.

I do think Churchill's Gallipoli Campaign could have worked. I am not "all down" on Churchill.