Hospital Ship, Atlantis, carrying exchange wounded Allied Prisoners of War back to England In World War II
England Date:1943, October Duration:1 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
In the first exchange of Allied and Axis wounded prisoners of war, the British Hospital Ship, Atlantis, with number 33 painted on her side, steams into port, at Leith, Scotland, (and then on to Liverpool, England) during World War 2. She is returning Allied wounded from Germany, by way of Goeteborg, Sweden. British soldiers are carried off ship on stretchers. Several ambulatory American soldiers leave ship on foot. Railroad train seen right at the port.
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