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    Large numbers of ships of the American Navy lined up off coastal area after First World War. 1919?

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    American Navy boats laid up after First World War (1914 - 1918).

    United States of America.

    Aerial shots of American Fleet lined up off coastal area.

    Intertitle: 'Naval experts declare if these ships lie idle for two more years, they will be a total loss.'

    Closer shots of the ships as we fly over them - quite a large number of ships.

    Intertitle: 'The cameraman comes down to earth.'

    Shots of rigging and aerials on the ships.

    Intertitle: 'Material for the scrap heap.'

    Pan across numerous bows of ships lined up at docks. Soldier with rifle stands to attention and walks about on patrol on deck of one ship by a large gun.

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    Time in/Out:
    01:58:07:00 / 02:00:04:00
    ON 155 M

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