JAPANESE ATTACK U.S.S. PANAY IN 1937 The USS Panay was a small river gunboat built to patrol the Yangtze River. The Panay was evacuating American officials and civilians from Nanking when they were attacked by Japanese warplanes on Dec. 11, 1937. Bombs are shown hitting the water around the ship, a gunner fires at the Japanese planes.
USS PANAY SINKS - WWII A boat pulls alongside the sinking gunboat U.S.S. Panay; sailors are seen in the process of abandoning ship; injured passengers are assisted onto lifeboats; a heavily laden lifeboat pulls away from the Panay; smoke from the sinking ship is seen.
PRINCE OF WALES VISIT A gunboat is seen in the distance; the uniformed Prince of Wales is greeted as he comes ashore; dignitaries in top hats are seen; huge crowds surge; the Prince of Wales gets into an open car and is joined by a man wearing a top hat; the Prince turns, looks towards the camera and smiles; people in the crowd wave their hats.
USS PANAY UNDER ATTACK - 1937 On December 12, 1937, Japanese forces are ordered to attack ships on the Yangtze River, including the USS Panay, who bravely fights back. An injured seaman is attended to.
Date: December 12, 1937 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:18:00, No Audio
U.N. DOC DISTRIBUTED & CAPTURED VIETCONG MUNITIONS The United Nations distributes a document entitled Aggression from the North, indicting North Vietnam of aggressive acts against Southeast Asia. South Vietnamese forces sink a gunboat and capture Vietcong munitions.
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