Richman and Merrill land in Llandilo, Wales. Harry Richman and Dick Merrill pose against a Vultee VA1 after their trans Atlantic flight from New York. People gathered around the airplane on a pasture. The aircraft in flight. The airlane on its way to London as it flies over a stream.
Douglas cruiser aircraft in flight during the first flight around the world in 1924. People gathered in large number in Boston, steamers and boats underway at sea. Aircraft land on the water and a boat brings the crew to the dock. Flight crew meets dignitaries at the dock. Mayor James Michael Curely presents watches to the flight crew. Aircrafts lined up, take off and in flight. People gathered in large numbers to welcome the round the world fliers at Mitchel field in New York. Planes land on the field and people gather around the aircraft. Flight crew along with Prince of Wales Edward VIII.
Amy Johnson and her husband Jim Mollison pose. The couple takes off from Wales in their airplane 'Seafarer'. View of crashed airplane 'Seafarer' near New York. View of injured Amy Johnson and her husband Jim Mollison in bandages. Amy and Jim are carried into another airplane to Floyd Bennett Field.
A hovercraft to start a travel service between England and Wales. People looking at hovercraft. Hovercraft runs into water. It rides water on a cushion of air. Passengers in hovercraft looking out. View of hovercraft running in sea, creating a strong surge in water and reaching the shore.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill speaks to officers and staff aboard HMS Prince of Wales in the Atlantic Ocean. Churchill addresses the crew on the deck of the ship. He says that the voyage is an episode in the war which will be memorable. He expresses his great pleasure to have sailed on the ship. He says he and his colleagues are proud to have shared some dangers and hazards, which is in the daily life of the Royal Navy, even if it was for a short time. He says that the Prince of Wales is one of the strongest ships. Of the two cruises of the ship, on the second cruise, the crew met the President of the U.S. who plays an important role in molding the future of the civilization. He is happy that they had good weather and had sunshine for church services. The Prime Minister thanks the Captain, all officers and staff of the Prince of Wales for having made the voyage pleasant and comfortable.
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill together with British and American delegates to the Atlantic Conference, and crew members of the USS Augusta and HMS Prince of Wales, assemble for Sunday church services aboard the British Battleship, HMS Prince of Wales. The service is conducted by Church of England clergy. U.S. President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Churchill are seated side by side in the first row. Among those behind them are: Presidential advisors, Harry Hopkins and Averell Harriman; U.S. Vice Admiral Ernest J. King, Commander in Chief of the Atlantic Fleet; U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General George C. Marshall; and British Field Marshal, Sir John Dill. Views of those assembled as seen between gun barrels of HMS Prince of Wales. A British Navy band ensemble provides music for the service.