Nautilus Arrives In New York After Polar… 1958

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    American newsreel item. Title reads: "New York Salutes The Nautilus"

    New York, United States of America

    Various shots of the US atomic powered submarine "Nautilus" entering New York's Upper Bay flanked by other vessels and with helicopters flying overhead. LS Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover going aboard "Nautilus" when it arrives in New York's Upper Bay after a polar underwater voyage, sailing under the North Pole, 132,000 miles on nuclear power. MS Admiral Rickover being welcomed aboard by Commander William Anderson, Commander of the "Nautilus". CU Rear Admiral Rickover.

    Various shots of "Nautilus" at sea past the Manhattan shoreline and the Statue of Liberty accompanied by welcoming fleet, some ships giving water display. "Nautilus" crew taking the salute on deck of the submarine. High shots, "Nautilus" sailing under Brooklyn Bridge. At the Navy Yard in Brooklyn, Admiral Rickover being greeted by officers. Various shots of submarine's crew being reunited with their wives.

    Note: "Date received" on original paperwork reads: 25/08/1958. American commentary.

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    British Pathé
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    01:51:32:00 / 01:53:25:00
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    UN 3127 B
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