Toll For The Brave 1924

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    Portland, Dorset.

    Navy mourns lost comrades.

    Title: "TOLL FOR THE BRAVE! Submarine L 24 lost with all hands in collision during fleet exercises".

    Intertitle: "The L 25 ... a sister ship".

    Panning shot along the submarine as it sails next to a warship (L.18), standing on top of the L 25 are three men in naval uniform. L/S of the two vessels from another angle, appears to be taken from a boat as the image is unsteady.

    Intertitle: "H.M.S. Resolution after the collision".

    Panning shot of the warship and a smaller boat. M/S of the bow of the warship, it flies the St. George's cross. L/S of the warship - once again the images are unsteady, probably taken from on board a boat.

    End title: "Pathe Gazette. The End".

    Note: there is another story about the sinking of this submarine - SHIPMATES OF MINE - on G 1052. AH 2000.

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    British Pathé
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    01:22:42:00 / 01:24:16:00
    G 1052
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    G 1052
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