Allied fleet under French vice-Admiral Dartige du Fournet arrives at Piraeus Port of Athens, Greece.
Athens Greece Date:1916 Duration:1 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A French pre-dreadnought Liberté class battleship is seen underway in the Piraeus harbor of Athens, Greece during World War 1. She passes another Liberté class ship. Next, both are seen from astern as they head away from the camera. They are accompanied by two small boats. The French Bouclier-class destroyer, Casque, steaming close by at high speed (the only one in that class with only 3 funnels). She appears to have "CO" stenciled on her bow. French admirals and other senior officers pose for a photograph. The Admiral with crossed legs is Vice-Admiral Louis René Charles Dartige du Fournet, Commandant of the French and British Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea. The crowded port of Piraeus. A sailor raises the tricolor flag on a French warship. A docked ship with "Seripho, Hamburg" written on her stern. She appears to be flying the French tricolor flag.
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