His Majesty's U-Boat 1941

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    Item title reads - His Majesty's U-boat 570.

    U-boat captured by British Hudson bomber. Location of events unknown.

    M/S of Squadron Leader Thompson, skipper of the Hudson bomber, laughing and smoking a pipe. Still photograph of the U-boat 570. Various shots of sailors cheering as the U-boat sails into port. Various shots of it including the bullet holes from the bomber. C/U of Lieutenant George Colvin who will now command it.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:11:45:00 / 01:12:24:00
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    Bomber Command BoA - Extra clips
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  • "Squadron Leader Thompson" is James Thompson.

    jamied 11th Sep 2013

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