Greek Harbour 1946

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    Wreck in the bay of Nauplia. Greek waters.

    LS pan of the town of Nauplia finishing at the bay. Various shots listing wreck. MS men digging it out. Pan across wreck. LS's stretch of water.

    Cuts for 46/78.

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    Media URN:
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    00:02:06:00
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    01:18:58:00 / 01:21:04:00
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    UN 1558 C
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  • The area in the video is the "Isthmus" of Corinth and not Nauplia. The wreck lies at the eastern entrance of the canal. The canal and the bridge blown up by the German army during the retreat and the repairs was done by the end of the war by American and Greek engineers. There are some good photos of the canal here: http://www.lifo.gr/team/sansimera/40165

    GIORGOS TARAVIRAS 28th Aug 2013

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