In late 1941, the HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse joined three destroyers in the South China Sea to form Force Z, aiming to deter a Japanese invasion of the Malay Peninsula. But when enemy planes swarmed the two big ships like hornets, their sinking changed modern naval warfare.
Real-life adventures into the depths of World War II. Join bestselling action-adventure author Clive Cussler, renowned maritime archaeologist James Delgado, and their crack team of divers to explore some of the most significant shipwrecks of World War II.
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From "The Sea Hunters: Relics of WWII" documentary series.
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