Floods In Bremen - Germany 1947

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    Bremen, Germany.

    The river Weser breaks loose, tearing down the four remaining bridges of the city of Bremen and inundating vast areas around.

    Aerial panning shot of Bremen showing the river Weser and the broken bridges, most of the surrounding buildings still bare heavy bomb damage from the war. MS. One of the wrecked bridges. LS. An expanse of water with sheets of ice floating on it. Various shots of flooded areas of the city.

    Note - date found in the old record - 08/04/1947.

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    Media URN:
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    Film ID:
    2150.23
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    Black & White
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    00:00:46:00
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    01:45:29:00 / 01:46:15:00
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    UN 1669 G
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    UN 1669 G
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