Atlantic Record Broken 1929

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Item title reads - Atlantic record broken! The "Mauretania" has held the record for 20 years - of 5 days 2 hours 34 minutes. Location unknown.

L/S as the "Mauretania" sails into the dock.

Intertitle - 'The "Bremen", specially built and of unique design wins 'Blue Riband' for Germany...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
36027
Sort Number:
G 1627
Time in/Out:
01:32:29:00 / 01:33:19:00
Canister:
G 1627
Film ID:
796.22
Issue Date:
25/07/1929

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