End of WW1, U.S. Battleships serving with British 6th Battle Squadron and some from U.S. Atlantic Fleet, in Firth of Fourth
Scotland Date:1918, November Duration:2 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Battleships that served as 6th Battle Squadron, with the British Grand Fleet, plus several from the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, gathered at end of World War I, in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. A twin engine bi-wing float plane circles over the Firth. Ships and derricks of shipyard in background. Small sailboat in water. Various American battleships in full dress - flags flying from both cage masts and crews manning the rails, dressed in winter blues. View of battleship USS Florida (BB-30) at anchor. The USS Arkansas (BB-33) anchored. The USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) and USS Arizona (BB-39) in the distance. The USS Nevada (BB-36) and the USS Oklahoma (BB-37). Bow view of the USS New York (BB-34) steaming. Views of the Forth Rail Bridge over the Firth of Forth. Warships in distance, framed by the bridge span. Stern view of a Nevada-class Battleship steaming. The USS Texas(BB-35) at anchor. More views of the Battleships Nevada and Oklahoma Last U.S. Battleship seen is the USS Utah (BB-31) at anchor.
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