Oscar II - Denmark 1914-1918

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Oscar II - Denmark.

Stockholm, Sweden.

Footage of what is probably the return - or the arrival - in Stockholm of Henry Ford's ill-fated December 1915 peace mission to Europe.

First shot: pan of the Oscar II from Denmark; w/ tugboat up against its side. Then shot looking down...



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ON 136 M
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01:00:20:00 / 01:00:40:00
ON 136 M
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1914 - 1918

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Henry Ford

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