I never really sat down and delved into the sister ship of the Titanic, but I was vaguely familiar with the events that transpired with the Britannic. So when I happened to get the chance in 2021 to sit down to watch the 2016 documentary "Titanic's Tragic Twin: The Britannic Disaster", of course I did so right away.
This particular documentary was actually rather good, as it was enlightening, informative and very watchable. I was going to say entertainment, but that would be a tasteless word to use for a documentary about such a horrible accident.
"Titanic's Tragic Twin: The Britannic Disaster" tells the tale of the tragedy that befell the Britannic about her sinking and the tragic loss of life. And it does so from both a historical aspects, where facts are presented, but also doing it with the recounts of personal experiences of those surviving the disaster - being retold by the descendants of these people, of course.
Not only does the narrative have a good flow to it, and the information stream served is in chronological order, but it is also assisted by a myriad of interesting visuals, ranging from old photos to CGI rendering. So that definitely helped to sell the documentary in a most fulfilling manner.
This 2016 documentary is one that I can warmly recommend you sit down to watch if you have an interest in naval tragedy or the Britannic itself. My rating of "Titanic's Tragic Twin: The Britannic Disaster" lands on a six out of ten stars.