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Russian warships maneuver and fire heavy guns in Black Sea. Bugler sounds General Quarters. Turkish warship, Mecidiye, is sunk

Russian warship with crew lined up on deck. Black smoke coming from funnels. Sun is setting over nearby hills Line of Russian warships steaming with black smoke streaming from their funnels. Sailors on fantail of Russian warship. Bugler sounds general quarters. Sailors scurry to battle stations. Russian warships firing heavy guns. Captain on deck with binoculars, standing next to helmsman. Turkish Cruiser, "Medidiye" sunk in shallow water in Black Sea, April, 1915, after being mined. She strikes her colors and raises them again, with white flag, above. Crew members stand on exposed deck of the sunken ship. (World War i; World War 1; WWI; WW1)

Date: 1915
Duration: 2 min 27 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
World War I Black Sea naval warfare; Turkish Cruiser Mecidiye sinks in shallow water off Odessa

Clip opens showing Russian Navy exercises in the Black Sea during World War 1. Two battleships underway billowing smoke. Battleships fire heavy guns. Russian sailors on ship deck disperse, running to battle stations. A First World War Russian naval officer on a ship deck looks through binoculars as a Russian Navy sailor stands beside him. Crew striking the colors as ship sinks. Turkish Cruiser Mecidiye sinks off Odessa in shallow waters after hitting a Russian mine on 3 April, 1915. The Ottoman cruiser Mecidiye, also sometimes spelled Medjidiye, is seen partially submerged off the coast of Vorokoskiy-Mayak, near Odessa.

Date: 1915, April 3
Duration: 47 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Russian warships, destroyers, and submarines underway in the Black Sea, during World War I.

Russian warships, destroyers, and submarines maneuver and fire heavy guns in the Black Sea,during World War I. Heavy black smoke rises from ship funnels and from gun firing. Mountains seen in the background. Captain, standing next to helmsman, bends down and speaks on intercom. Several destroyers maneuver and partially visible submerged submarines are seen. Signalman on deck uses semaphore flags.

Date: 1915
Duration: 2 min 31 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
German U-Boat sinks Greek ship "India" in 1917 during World War I. U-Boat crew captures and examines sea turtles, in 1915.

Opening scene shows a tramp steamer listing to starboard.during World War 1. She displays "India, Greece" in large letters on her side. Slate indicates that an explosives technician from a U-Boat had climbed aboard and set charges on the Greek Steamer, "India" as she is stopped in the Atlantic during World War 1. The India is carrying a cargo of coal from Cardiff Wales, to Oran. The ship is seen listing. Smoke still rises from her stack. Slate states that the cross on the hull of the sinking "India" is the Greek national emblem. The ship sinks lower and finally slides out of sight, with smoke rising above the water from her exploding boilers. (Note: This German U-boat is the SM U-35, which was operating in the western approaches to the Straits of Gibraltar after leaving the Mediterranean on 11-12 April. It carried a professional cinematographer on board. Two years earlier, on June 12, 1915 , the U-35 also sank the British ship, "Crown of India." ) The next sequence shows an image of the German Daily Express newspaper for Monday May 10, 1915. Dead! it reports in bold print: The world has a duty to conduct a Hunt for turtles. Scene shifts to deck of surfaced German U-boat, showing a dinghy arriving alongside, from which several giant sea turtles are unloaded. Crew members examine the turtles on the deck of the submarine. At least one appears to be dead. Next scene shows lookouts on conning tower of the U-Boat, as they see smoke on the horizon. (The Imperial German Naval war flag is displayed on the conning tower.) The Captain calls for full speed ahead on both engines, and the controls show that being selected. (World War i; World War 1; WWI; WW1)

Date: 1917, April 12
Duration: 3 min 48 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: German
 
 
U.S. Navy successfully engages Japanese fleet, in the Pacific, at Battles of Coral Sea and Midway early in World War II.

U. S Mahon class destroyers speed through the water in the Pacific Theater in World War II. Closeup of one passing the camera ship. Distant head-on view of a North Carolina class U.S. Battleship. The American aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise (CV-6), with aircraft on her deck. Animated map shows the Coral Sea and Midway Island, in the Pacific, where the U.S. Navy successfully engaged the Japanese in major naval battles. Glimpse of sailor with binoculars at railing of an aircraft carrier with many Douglas Dauntless dive bomber aircraft on her deck. View, looking back from an airplane, toward the aircraft carrier, USS Intrepid (CV-11) underway in the Pacific, with aircraft crowded forward on her deck. A South Dakota class battleship underway and firing guns astern while defending against attacking Japanese aircraft Black flak clouds are visible low in the sky. Aircraft carrier and other U.S. warships under aerial attack. An American aircraft carrier tilting as she maneuvers sharply under fire. U.S. ships firing 1.1 inch quad anti-aircraft guns. Japanese bombers maneuvering and attacking amidst numerous black flak clouds. Skies filled with tracer rounds of ammunition. An airplane crashes into the water. Sailors reloading their quad anti-aircraft guns. Glimpse of a destroyer firing her anti-aircraft guns while racing behind an aircraft carrier. A Japanese bomber heading toward a U.S. ship, through heavy fire, is hit in the left wing and plunges into the sea. Black smoke marks its impact. Two Japanese aircraft hit by anti-aircraft fire, trail fire as they fall into the sea. More scenes of combat. Glimpse of a disabled Navy F4F airplane on a carrier deck. Sky littered with black flak smoke clouds. The sound of an engine on one Japanese aircraft begins cutting out. Two observers with binoculars point toward the plane as it falls into the sea. A PT boat is seen underway carrying Japanese airmen rescued from the sea. A sailor guards them with a Thompson machine gun. More rescued Japanese airmen are seen stepping from a Higgins boat, and then walking , while trying to avoid the cameras. Some prisoners crouched together smoking cigarettes provided by a U.S. soldier. At end of film, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, decorates American aviators and sailors at a formal award ceremony aboard an aircraft carrier.

Date: 1942
Duration: 3 min 30 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
German and Romanian ships lay naval mines in the Black Sea.

A map shows countries bordering the Black Sea. German and Romanian ships lay naval mines in the Black Sea. Battleship at sea. Deck guns on a chip. LIfe boats by the ship side. Naval mines lines on the ship deck. Sailors arm the mines and roll them off the deck into the sea. An officer supervises the exercise and observes through binoculars.

Date: 1943
Duration: 1 min 6 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: Portuguese
 
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