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Sailing Ship "Danmark" Goes Home Again (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39084, LI 208-UN-176 - SAILING SHIP "DANMARK" GOES HOME AGAIN [ETC.] - DVD Copied by Thomas Gideon. Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, the Danmark, used by the Coast Guard for training purposes, departs from a New York City port for Denmark. Part 2, Pres. Truman presents the Congressional Medal of Honor to 14 marines and sailors. Part 3 shows British frogmen in training exercises and American underwater demolition teams arming and planting demolitions prior to an attack on the Borneo coast. Part 4, Sec. of State Byrnes reports on the Foreign Ministers meeting in London. Part 5 shows courtroom scenes of the trial by a British military tribunal at Luneberg, Germany, of Nazis who served at the Belsen prison camp. Includes scenes of atrocities at Belsen. Part 6 shows a parade in Washington, D.C.
Length: 10:18


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