Great Disasters II

From Concorde to Titanic

A disaster occurs when the balance inherent in a particular phenomenon is disturbed. This may happen either because a new powerful force comes into play that triggers the disaster or because a small – even tiny – causal factor interferes in a situation with an unstable equilibrium and manages to achieve an enormous effect. Be it fate or negligence, one fact remains: when major catastrophes occur, man is always involved.
  • Article no.: 4669639
  • Targetgroups: Sek I,Sek II
  • Length: 29:54 min
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