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Quintuplets celebrate their 7th birthday with church ceremony in North Bay, Ontario.

Church rites and parties mark 7th birthday of quintuplets in North Bay, Ontario. The quintuplets dressed in similar clothes sing choir in a church. They blow candles on a cake and hug each other. The famous five donate an ambulance to the Red Cross. Girls seated in the ambulance wear oxygen masks.

Date: 1941, June 2
Duration: 1 min 7 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Miners use explosives to extract ore and collected ore being transported in a silver mine in Ontario, Canada.

'Silver mining in Ontario ' about mining operations in silver mines in Ontario, Canada. Silver mines in Northern Ontario, Canada. Miners line up as they enter a lift that takes them 400 feet underground to a mine. A man at a throttle as he pulls it. Miners conduct drilling in the underground mine. A miner drills into the roof of the mine. Rocks being blasted with an explosive. Pieces of rock after the blast. A worker with a mine helmet with a torch in front. A miner drills into the rocks to extract silver. Timber being used to support broken ores after the blast. Ore being drawn out by a man as he empties it out in a container car. Men push around the cars. An electric engine pulls the cars to a central station.

Date: 1920
Duration: 4 min 42 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Mine warfare conducted by the German Navy's Northern Fleet during World War II.

Sailors in the communications center of the German headquarters of the Kriegsmarine Northern fleet, work at numerous teletype stations. Next, the Admiral (Generaladmiral) in command, Rolf Carls, is seen pouring over nautical charts, with officers of his staff. Scene shifts to naval armory where marine mines are being prepared for deployment. They move through the processing lines and then transported by rail. At a port, a crane lifts a mine, on a wheeled dolly onto the minelayer ship, "Tannenberg," where crew members roll it along the deck. Sailors write on it with white chalk. The Tannenberg seen underway, and then with sailors rolling mines (on their dollys) off the stern of the ship in the Baltic Sea. Sailors moving mines along the deck to the stern for launching. View from another ship of the mines dropping from astern the Tannenberg. Next, officers on deck in cold weather gear, look through binoculars as they sight threat from Soviet aircraft. Interior of the ship as sailors manipulate controls for an anti-aircraft gun. The ship's gun and a machine gun being fired. Soviet bombers seen very high overhead. Camera pans about the deck showing sailors firing at aircraft. Something raises a plume of water astern (a near-miss?). Next, several German patrol boats are seen moving at high speed. Sailor on a speeding patrol boat, stands precariously atop it as he signals with semaphore flags. From a patrol boat, bombs (or mines) are seen exploding behind in its wake. (Note: The Tannenberg was a passenger and ferry built in 1935. On 2 September 1939 the German Navy had her converted to a minelayer. In August 1940 she served as flagship of the minelaying ships, in the North Fleet. She was sunk on 9 July, 1941, off Sweden.)

Date: 1940
Duration: 2 min 26 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: German
 
 
Empress Augusta Bay: Positioning and direction of U.S. ships against the Northern, Southern and Central Japanese groups.

Radar on screen. Diagram depicts the Northern Japanese group firing on 46 Division. Destroyers Thatcher and Spence collide. Fleet of on going ships and explosions on the target. USS Columbia open fires. Diagram shows the distance of Northern Southern and central groups from the range of torpedo fire by 46 Division. Fleet of aircraft bombing on ships below.

Date: 1943, November 1
Duration: 5 min 14 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt meets British Prime Minister Winston Churchill aboard USS Augusta in North Atlantic

U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill meet for the Atlantic Conference aboard American Heavy Cruiser, USS Augusta (CA-31), anchored in Placentia Bay, Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. High ranking American military officers and officials attending include Presidential advisor, Harry Hopkins; U.S. Army Air Corps Chief, General Henry Arnold; U.S. Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Harold R. Stark; Vice Admiral Ernest J. King, and Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. President Franklin Roosevelt stands with his son, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., to meet the Prime Minister. FDR also greets other members of the British delegation, including British Minister of Supply, Lord Beaverbrook. British and American sailors mingling together. Prime Minister Churchill and President Roosevelt are seen seated on deck, for a church service, aboard the British Battleship, Prince of Wales. They read documents and conclude agreements known as the Atlantic Charter.

Date: 1941, August
Duration: 1 min 47 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Several small craft trail behind USS Ranger underway in San Francisco Bay in northern California, United States.

USS Ranger underway in San Francisco Bay in northern California, United States. Starboard bow view of USS Ranger underway toward the elevator pier. Several small craft trailing behind off the starboard side. The stern view of the ship. Oakland Bay Bridge in the far background. Buildings of San Francisco in the background. Tugs spray water as a welcome to the ship. A shoreline in the background.

Date: 1966, August 25
Duration: 2 min 8 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
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