Flags Of HMS Kent Deposited At Canterbury… 1914-1918

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Canterbury, Kent, 1916.

World War One; military ceremony; flags of H.M.S. Kent deposited in Canterbury Cathedral; The ship was damaged at the Battle of the Falkland islands; December 1914. Shot looking down at soldiers lined up outside the cathedral; with line of others filing past. More people...

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Cataloguer:
Cheri
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
71468
Sort Number:
ON 015 J
Time in/Out:
01:26:46:00 / 01:27:53:00
Canister:
ON 015 J aka G 0382
Film ID:
1852.23
Issue Date:
1914 - 1918

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