King George V of Britain and Prince of Wales visit battleship New York in North Sea and talk to officers at end of World War I
Atlantic Ocean Date:1918, November 20 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
British monarchs visit naval ships during World War 1. King George V of Britain and Prince of Wales board U.S. Navy battleship USS New York (BB-34) in North Sea prior to the ship sailing to accept the surrender of the High Seas Fleet following the armistice. U.S. Navy sailors present honor guard on the deck of the ship. British monarchs, Navy commanders and admirals stand and talk to each other at the deck of ship. Left to right are British Admiral Sir David Beatty, U.S. Navy Admiral Hugh Rodman, King George V, U.S. Navy Admiral William S. Sims, and the Prince of Wales. The British monarchs greet a line of U.S. Navy officers.
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