Britain Is Supreme In The Air 1931

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Full title reads: "Calshot. Britain is Supreme in the Air. Schneider Trophy won by Flt. Lt. Boothman outright for Britain at an average of 340.6 mph."

Calshot, Hampshire.

A seaplane speeds across water.

Unidentified man applauded on British Naval vessel.

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
12697
Sort Number:
31/075
Time in/Out:
01:15:42:00 / 01:16:12:00
Canister:
31/75
Film ID:
867.10
Issue Date:
17/09/1931

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