A U.S. official explains about submarine 'Turtle' with the help of a picture in the United States.
United States USA Date:1952, July 8 Duration:4 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary shows a United States official explaining about the first U.S. submarine 'Turtle' with the help a picture in the United States. He explains the functioning of the submarine pointing at its picture with a stick in hand. He points at a lever in the front and a bomb at the other end of the picture. A chart explains that 1 pound of uranium is equal to 2,600,000 pounds of coal. Another chart shows batteries of the submarine. A picture of the RMS Queen Mary. A diagram on the chart shows the amount of air required to burn oil. A woman assistant removes the charts from a table.
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