Portsmouth Navy Week 1934

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Full title reads: "PORTSMOUTH NAVY WEEK - Rehearsal in full swing - Routine on board H.M.S. Iron Duke."

Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Sailors are seen climbing into a small boat, boat is lowered into water and they start rowing. A big gun is fired from a battleship.

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
8479
Sort Number:
34/062
Time in/Out:
01:17:04:00 / 01:19:00:00
Canister:
34/62
Film ID:
773.13
Issue Date:
02/08/1934

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