President Woodrow Wilson and other dignitaries aboard USS George Washington bound for Paris Peace Conference
Atlantic Ocean Date:1918, December Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Liner USS George Washington on the Atlantic Ocean after its departure from Hoboken, New Jersey, bound for the Paris Peace Conference after World War 1. One of the ship's officers looks through binoculars. Two ships in the background (one is likely the USS Pennsylvania BB-38 which accompanied the flotilla). President Woodrow Wilson looks through binoculars. Standing behind him is Rear Admiral Cary Grayson, who was also the President's physician, Two women talk to a man on ship. John W Davis looks through binoculars, a woman stands beside him. The woman looks through binoculars. Robert Lansing, U.S. Secretary of State stands on ship wearing a hat and bowtie and looks around. French Ambassador Jean Aderian Antoine Jules Jusserand sits and talks with two women. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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