The few days of the Rheinübung were already theme of countless books, articles and television-documentarys but Ali only dies once. So that's ok. And the anniversary was 10 days ago. Compared with other naval battles in the Atlantic it still is ridiculously overexposed. I remember that Bismarck was one of the first wrecks located by Rob Ballard. It still is kind of confusing to me, why always Lütjens is the target of criticism. Compared to the Royal Navy he made very few mistakes and had to deal with very complex orders (inflict as much dammage as possible but evade risky actions) whereas the british orders were as simple as possible.