A 22-minute version of the documentary on the AE2 that screened in Canberra and Melbourne in late 2014.
A half-hour documentary on the AE2 screened in Canberra and Melbourne in late 2014.
On ABC's Catalyst, Anja Taylor travels to Turkey to reveal the hidden secrets of Australia's long lost WWI submarine, the AE2.
A CGI representation of the AE2's journey through mine-infested waters.
A report on progress of the AE2 archaeological expedition including a dive on the submarine and views inside.
A six-minute summary of the AE2 archaeological expedition with the first high quality vision of the interior of the submarine since the AE2 was scuttled in April 1915. There are two audio tracks so an editor can have clean audio. The right track with sync audio of interviews etc and the left with a narration track and music. The interviews in order of appearance for supers are Peter Briggs - Chair of AE2 Commemoration Foundation, Dr Roger Neill- Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Dave Whillas - Seabotix, Tim Smith - Heritage Victoria.
A surface-to-seabed video dive to the AE2.
Built at Barrow-in-Furness by Vickers-Armstrong and launched in 1945, HMS Alliance was one of fourteen ‘A’ class submarines built for service in the Far East during World War Two. Commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1947 Alliance had a long and distinguished career of over twenty-eight years that took her all over the world. Alliance is the centrepiece of the Royal Navy Submarine Museum and is the official memorial to the courageous men who fought in similar boats for the freedom we enjoy today. The submarine experience is brought to life by a guided tour enhanced by the first hand experiences of retired submariners, many of whom served in this class of boat.
A brief filmic history of HMAS AE2.