In the documentary, a Norwegian maritime expert concluded that the Estonia had been hit by an object with a mass of 1,000 to 5,000 tons, moving at a relatively low speed, about three to 10. Noch immer sind die Umstände des Estonia-Schiffsunglücks von 1994 ungeklärt. Ein Filmteam will nun ein riesiges Loch im Rumpf des Wracks entdeckt haben - das könnte neue Untersuchungen nach. New clothing line! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/finesthq/The Baltic Sea claimed 852 people's lives by drowning and freezing them to death in the 8 degree C c.. This video has been reviewed by Estonian Copyright Organization to be acceptable for Youtube.I decided to take a closer look at one of the worst disasters of..
MS Estonia: Two Swedish documentary makers cleared of illegally exploring 1994 wreck Last October, Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas also called for a new investigation into the MS Estonia. A new documentary that premieres on a Swedish TV channel shows that the wreck of the sunken cruise ferry, MS Estonia, has a large hole in the hull; the finding is serious enough for the Estonian government to announce a new technical investigation into the disaster.. MS Estonia, a 16,000-ton cruise ferry that began serving the Tallinn-Stockholm route in 1993 and was operated by the. Discovery Networks, the makers of the new five-part documentary, titled Estonia: The Find That Changes Everything, claim to have found a gaping four-meter-wide hole in the ship's hull. The hole was discovered when the wreck was surveyed for the documentary, using a remote-controlled submarine. Experts interviewed for the documentary told Discovery Networks that the only thing that.
[Update] A new documentary reveals a hole in the wreck of MS Estonia, sparking government interest in further invesigations into the tragedy that took 852 lives 26 years ago. Update. From Wikipedia: MS Estonia was a cruise ferry built in 1979/80 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The ship sank in 1994 in the Baltic Sea between Sweden, Åland, Finland and Estonia, and it was one. . The bow door of the Estonia is lifted from the sea in November 1994. Photograph: Jaakko Avikainen. The Discovery Channel that will air a new five-part documentary series on the MS Estonia shipwreck in the Nordic region on Monday promises that a find that will change everything will be revealed. The series will analyze the circumstances of the tragedy, the shipwreck itself, the reasons why ferry MS Estonia sank and reveal something previously unknown to the public Documentary unveils new evidence in Estonia ferry disaster. Nordic leaders said on Monday they would examine evidence from a new documentary that could shatter the official explanation of how 852 people died in a 1994 ferry sinking in the Baltic Sea. Makers of the five-part documentary series, which was released for streaming on Monday, claimed. In a joint statement, the foreign ministers of Estonia, Finland and Sweden said they had agreed that verification of the new information presented in the documentary will be carried out
New Estonian documentaries with English subtitles in cinema ARTIS From 13 April, cinema Artis screens new Estonian documentary Samurais of Chernobyl (Tšernobõli samuraid, dir. Ivar Heinmaa)... Nordic leaders said they would examine evidence from a new documentary. The series claimed to have found a hitherto unrecorded hole in the ship's hull. Estonian, Swedish and Finnish foreign. Documentary unveils new evidence in Estonia ferry disaster - Jaweb. Nordic leaders said on Monday they would examine evidence from a new documentary that could shatter the official explanation of how 852 people died in a 1994 ferry sinking in the Baltic Sea. Makers of the five-part documentary series, which was released for streaming on. And a new Discovery + documentary claims that MI6 were warned to stop smuggling Soviet tech on the Estonia or else. Secrets sealed in watery grave. The British government signed a treaty in. Documentary Unveils New Evidence in Tragic Sinking of MS Estonia. The tragic sinking of the ro/pax cruise ferry MS Estonia in 1995 is well known, and it is commonly used as a case study in.
Documentary on Ülo Nugis dedicated to Estonia's 30th anniversary | News. August 9, 2021. 0. 17. The director of the documentary Director of the Riigikogu produced by Delfi is Toomas Lepp and the screenwriter is Hannes Rumm. The tandem between Lepa and Rummu was put together by Delfi's editor-in-chief Urmo Soonvald, Hannes Rumm said. . Margus Kurm, former state prosecutor and head of the government's investigative committee looking into the sinking of ferry MS Estonia in 2005-2009, said in an interview with ETV's Pealtnägija that new scenes of the shipwreck show the ship most likely sank after a collision with a submarine. You have seen these clips that have reached.
Swedish, Finnish and Estonian leaders have agreed to examine evidence from a new documentary that questions the official explanation of how 852 died in a 1994 ferry disaster in the Baltic Sea. Makers of the five-part documentary series, which was released for streaming on Monday, claimed to have found a hitherto unrecorded four-metre (13-foot) hole in the ship's hull