British Salvage Triumph 1927

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    Item title reads: "British Salvage Triumph. Messrs. Cox and Danks - after months of tense and often disappointing efforts - succeed in raising the giant 23,00 ton German cruiser "Moltke"."

    Stromness, Orkneys

    M/S of the funnel as the ship is raised, with a man on ladder. Waves wash over deck and various parts of the ship, now raised. All is covered in seaweed. C/U of seaweed, pan round the propellers. Men in silhouette are seen on the deck. The salvage team pose and wave to celebrate their success.

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    British Pathé
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    01:19:48:00 / 01:22:25:00
    G 1406
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    G 1406
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