Good morning, everyone. We're finally on the downside of the week. I'm definitely looking forward to this weekend. I know I said it recently, and that I've mentioned it many times, but I want to say thank you everybody who reads, responds and recommends my daily ramblings. From you the readers, to my contacts, to the companies that send me all this material to review to everyone else. Each and every one of you make what I do so much fun. And you make doing what I do so worth it, to this day. So thank you, again to every one of you that supports me in what I do in your own way. It means so much to me. Having noted that, what say we get into today's new review. Today, we look at History Channel's brand new dvd release, "Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved." This new documentary provides a new side in the story of the fateful voyage of the Titanic. It's a great companion to the network's previous release from this year, "Titanic: The Complete Story." It's great for average viewers and for the classroom. All that noted, I'll save you all any more rambling. This morning, I present to you, dear readers, History Channel's brand new dvd documentary, "Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved."
The sinking of the Titanic is arguably one of the most talked about tragedies in transportation and nautical history. Even just over a century later, there are still conflicting views on what really happened, and who's to blame. Earlier this year, History Channel released what is one of the most interesting discussions to date on the tragedy in "Titanic: The Complete Story." Now, the network has released another documentary centered on the great ship's doomed voyage in "Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved."
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