Men at navy shops in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Three men loaf against a lathe. They talk to each other. One man drinks a coke.
Men at navy shops in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Four men shoot crap. They sit at a floor. Two men throw dices one by one. Money placed on the floor.
Men at navy shops in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. One man sits beside a drill press. He reads a magazine named 'Beauty Parade'. The drill machine is in working condition.
Men at navy shops in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Three men stand beside a coke machine. They drink coke and talk. One man smokes a cigarette.
German submarine U-234 after her surrender and capture by the U.S. Forces in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at the conclusion of World War 2 in Europe. U-234 underway on the surface with YT (tugboats) alongside. Portsmouth Lighthouse in the background. The submarine surfaces and is flanked by the tugboats. The submarine crew members stand on a dock while American sailors guard them with rifles. German Major General Ulrich Kessler and other officers exit a U.S. Coast Guard cutter via a gangway. The officers walk along the dock at Portsmouth. German prisoners walk along the dock. The prisoners carry their gear as they come onto the dock. U-234 had been carrying advanced weapon systems and uranium, and had been bound for Japan.
Launching of submarine SS Seawolf at Portsmouth Navy Yard in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A ship in water with a flag flying atop it. People look on as workers work. Some people board a ship. A woman walks up a flight of stairs on the ship with a U.S. Navy Officer. She greets a woman. The navy officer near them. The woman talks to another woman. Workers at work. A man standing on a ladder works on a side of the ship. Navy officers and a woman. The woman pulls a rope and the submarine is launched. The submarine gets into water. People gathered for the launching ceremony.