The Big Dornier Do-X's "Baby" Brother 1931

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Full title reads: "France. The big Dornier DO-X's baby brother. The DO-S a miniature 'edition' of the giant flying boat, makes successful first flight."

France.

The Dornier DO.S flying boat takes off from a river / lake. The plane flies overhead. Nice shot as the aircraft flies along...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
8265
Sort Number:
31/008
Time in/Out:
01:59:37:00 / 02:00:50:00
Canister:
31/8
Film ID:
755.39
Issue Date:
26/01/1931

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