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Kursk

The Kursk was a large nuclear submarine, the pride of the Russian navy, which sank in the Barents Sea, apparently due Kursk to two successive internal explosions that occurred on August 12, 2000, during the first military maneuvers on the high seas of the Russian fleet for ten years. Everything indicates that the first of them was caused by defective torpedoes, which when they exploded caused the detonation of the rest of the torpedoes in a row. Since then, there have been thirty-three significant known submarine accidents in the world, several with numerous fatalities, the last being the one that led to the disappearance for an exact year of the Argentine ARA San Juan, a diesel-electric propulsion and manufacturing company. Germany, which suffered a fire and battery explosion on November 16, 2017, and in which 44 crew members were killed.

In the case of the Kursk, it was also all of its 118 crew members who died, and apparently 23 survived for several hours, perhaps one day, without receiving the appropriate rescue in time, as the film that is released today by Danish Thomas Vinterberg