How it was (1997) 11/29/1997
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Fragment of the program "Time" from April 8, 1989 with a report on the death of the nuclear submarine K-419 "Komsomolets".
Newsreel 1985: submarine "Komsomolets" during the sea trials.
Construction of a submarine.
Descent of the submarine to the water.
Submarine "Komsomolets" on the bottom of the Norwegian Sea.
Family members of the rescued sailors visit them in the ward of the hospital in Severomorsk, the faces of rescued submariners.
Victor Slyusarenko, who served on the submarine and survived, talks about the situation during the accident and fire, the absence of panic among the crew, About his salvation from the dying boat, about the behavior of the commander of the ship and the actions of the crew members who were in the rescue chamber, about the death of their comrades The commander of the boat, the rescue of the remaining crew members of the boat, his future service and life, the birth of children.
Vasily Gerashchenko talks about his rescue from a dying submarine, about the use of rescue equipment, about the arrival of a rescue vessel, about the actions of the crew of a shipping base for the rescue of sailors.
The investigator of the Main Military Prosecutor's Office Gennady Tselovalnikov is talking about the progress of the investigation into the death of the Komsomolets submarine.
People's Deputy of the USSR Alexander Emelianenko said about the 1989-1990 parliamentary investigation of the causes of the death of the submarine.
Admiral Yevgeny Chernov talks about the inadequate preparation of the crew as the reason for the death of the submarine.
Captain 2nd rank Shigin sets out a mystical version of the death of the submarine (synchronously).
The pilot of the rescue plane Gennady Petrogradskikh and the radio operator of the floating base Georgy Gavrilov speak of the submarine following the accident, the actions to save the sailors.
Journalist Sergei Kuznetsov talks about the unsuccessful photographing of the rescued crew members.
Fleet; Man-made disasters