OFFICE OF NAVAL OPERATIONS - 5 The Office of Naval Operations bringing deadline forward for a convoy of American supply ships during World War II, including the delivery by train and loading of crew and materiel to the waiting ships.rnrn
UNITED STATES NAVY IN WW I Incredible historical war footage of the U.S. Navy's involvment in World War I including ships on the water, a sailor in the crow's nest, sailors on deck looking for the enemy with binoculars and the crew readying lifeboats. There is also footage of a convoy destroyer firing at a U-Boat, a Y-Gun throwing depth charges which explode and a trail of protective smoke behind a ship.
BATTLESHIP SPEE SUNK IN MONTEVIDEO The German pocket battleship Graf Spee is chased into Montevideo harbor by three British cruisers. She must leave the neutral port or be interned and her Nazi captain chooses to scuttle the Graf rather than let her fall in British hands. Newspaper headlines tell the story.
Date: December 15, 1939 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:49:00, No Audio
OFFICE OF NAVAL OPERATIONS - 2 The Office of Naval Operations, planning logistics for a convoy of American supply ships during World War II, as well ash actual footage of the chain of command apparatus, general storage areas and depots for war materials and combat supplies, and crane, warehouse and forklift truck operators.
U-BOAT SINKS SHIPS Dramatic captured German footage of the attack on and the sinking of ships by a U-Boat during World War I. There are also shots of the United States Navy and the War Department seal.
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