Full title reads: "Scapa Flow. Scapa Flow. Salving the 'Hindenburg'. Further efforts are being made to raise the mighty flagship of the scuttled German Fleet."
Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Off Scotland.
Shots of the wreck of the German warship 'Hindenburg'. This film shot in 1926 shows...
The German war cruiser 'Von der Tann' is towed - upside down - to the scrap yard.
Attempts to salvage German battleship, the Hindenburg, are prevented by bad weather.
The 26,000 ton battle cruiser 'Moltke' is towed upside down 250 miles to Rosyth.
Sunken German World War One Vessels are salvaged off Scottish coast.
Eerie footage of the scuttled German fleet looking like ghost ships as they are salved.
Huge floating dock sets off from Chatham on its way to Scapa Flow to raise the "Hindenburg".
The world's largest floating dock leaves for Scapa Flow to complete salvage mission.