Vyacheslav Molotov, Senator Tom Connally and UN dignitaries on first post war voyage of luxury liner Queen Elizabeth.
Southampton England Date:1946, October 21 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
The first post war (World War II) voyage of luxury liner Queen Elizabeth on October 16, 1946. The luxury liner "Queen Elizabeth" docked in a harbor in Southampton England. Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov, United States Senator Tom Connally and other dignitaries board the ship. Smoke comes out of stacks. A sailor operates the helm. People standing on the dock sing and cheer together as the Queen Elizabeth departs on her voyage. The Queen Elizabeth underway in the Atlantic Ocean. The Queen Elizabeth arrives in New York harbor in the early morning and enters New York harbor at day break where she is greeted by fire boats shooting streams of water aloft in salute. Manhattan skyline barely visible in early morning mist. United Nations dignitaries disembark from the ship. Molotov is greeted by Soviet representative to the UN Andrei Andreyevich Gromyko. Molotov addresses the gathering.
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