Full title reads: "The 'Hindenburg's' Last Voyage. After being at the bottom of the sea for 11 years - safely towed to Rosyth to be broken up - a tribute to the tenacity patience & skill of Messrs. Cox and Danks and their salvage staff."
Shots of the German warship 'The Hindenburg'...
Unidentified Pathe Gazette item about German warships being salvaged from Scapa Flow.
Attempts to salvage battleships off the coast of Scotland.
Salvager experts raise German flagship Hindenburg off Scottish Coast.
Great shots of divers salvaging swords and a tuba from a sunken ship off Scapa Flow.
German battleship from World War One is salvaged off coast of Scotland.
Duplicate of story in Pathe Gazette issue G 1099.
The remains of the German warship "Seydlitz" is towed to Rosyth, Scotland.
The last ships from the German fleet are raised and dismantled at Scapa Flow. Orange tinted.
The last ships from the German fleet are raised and dismantled at Scapa Flow.
News in a Nutshell includes Duke of Connaught inspecting Rifle Brigade and happy celebration of grape harvest in Germany.
German U-boats are salvaged from the bottom of the sea.
Training film for the military showing the good work of the Royal Army Service Corps.
Huge floating dock sets off from Chatham on its way to Scapa Flow to raise the "Hindenburg".
Footage of the German battleship "Kaiser" raised at Scapa Flow.
More ships of the sunken German fleet are raised at Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands.
The last World War One is salvaged from the Scapa Flow.
Royal Yacht "Britannia" arrives in Chicago with US Navy escort.
Various shots of material being unloaded in Italian quay.
An aircraft carrier and two submarines are launched.
The HMS Royal Sovereign is returned by the Russians after wartime service.
Compilation of footage showing King George V at various events and functions.
Travelogue highlighting the beauty of Scotland - its countryside, traditions and people.
Various views of the city's landmarks and inhabitants at work and play.
Prince Hirohito of Japan inspects the navy at Rosyth on his visit to Scotland.