Repairs being made on Italian destroyer Ugolino Vivaldi , damaged from ramming the British submarine Oswald in World War II
Italy Date:1940 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Scenes in Italian shipyard during World War 2. Shipyard workers repairing the bow of the Italian destroyer Ugolino Vivaldi, which was damaged when it rammed and destroyed the British submarine Oswald. The destroyer then rescued surviving British submariners (now prisoners of war) who are seen walking in formation. They are seen again, carrying hand tools and performing agricultural work. British sailors show their tattoos. One shows a butterfly tattoo on his back and a snake tattoo on his hand.
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