German-Jewish young refugees whose parents fill the Nazi concentration camps arrive on shores in Harwich, England. 206 refugees walk out on the ramp of a ship, carrying their luggage. Refugee men, women and children walk towards the refugee camps. Refugees wave from their quarters. They dine at a mess and smile.
First boatload of 200 German Jewish refugee children from Germany via Holland arrives at Harwich in England. Refugee children and women disembark on the ramp of a ship named 'Prague' at the Parkeston Bay. An officer talks to them and gives them identification tokens. Photographers take photos of refugees arrived. Few adults with children. The ship Prague anchored at the harbor. Refugees get into a bus. The Double Decker bus drives away. Banner Truman's Beer written on the side of the bus. The refugees leave bus and enter the quarters carrying their luggage.
German Jewish refugee children from Germany arrived via Holland at a camp in Harwich, England. Refugees play game of table tennis as others watch at the refugee camp. Boys near the table watch the match closely. Women with refugee serial number token hanging from their necks play table tennis as others watch.
German Jewish refugee children from Germany arrived via Holland at a camp in Harwich, England. Woman puts food in a plate as refugees dine together at a large mess. Jewish children sitting on dining table dine together. Jewish women and men at the dining mess talk to each other. Children dine and a maid walks by their table.
German U-boat U-111, that was surrendered, after the armistice, and interned at Harwich, England, is seen docked at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York City. It was brought from Harwich by an American crew to help stimulate subscriptions in East Coast cities, during the Victory Bond drive . Sailors demonstrate movement of the deck gun on the U-boat. They also raise the periscope, in a demonstration, while the boat is still docked. Principal naval officers, currently in command, Lieutenant Commanders Garnet Halings and G.W. Russell , pose on the deck with members of the crew including some perched on the conning tower of the submarine. View of German and United States flags on the U-111.
Scenes from the New England Hurricane of 1938 (or Great New England Hurricane) (or Long Island Express) (or The Great Hurricane of 1938). Hurricane hitting U.S. Eastern Seaboard on September 21, 1938. The Coast from New Jersey to New England felt its effect. Cars and people drenched with water in streets. Policemen wade through hip deep water. New York is whipped by 70 mile-an-hour winds and the raging sea pouring tons of water far inland. A man retreats from a dock as waves pour water on him. Outcome of hurricane shows broken ships, downed trees, and devastation at the water front in coastal areas including Atlantic City, New London Connecticut, and Long Island. Firemen in New London Connecticut battle fires. Aerial view of destroyed shoreline and beached boats in New London. Broken cars crushed by fallen trees. Crowds gather to look at damage as a lone sentry guards against looting. Boats along the Atlantic Coast are destroyed. A boat is seen on a road in front of Merkel's Delicatessen. View of a train that was derailed by the hurricane on Long Island. Shot of a car that was carried far off a roadway and impaled on an upright beam.