Construction of concrete caisson for use in building "mulberry" harbor for ships supplying Allies in Normandy invasion
Portsmouth England Date:1944, March 17 Duration:47 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Construction of a concrete Caisson at Portsmouth harbor in England. These wartime project "Phoenix" caissons, were to be used to form instant breakwaters for the invasion Harbors (code-named "Mulberry" harbors). Men work at the construction site with cranes in background. A man on the deck of a ship, with a pair of binoculars around his neck.
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