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Published on Apr 13, 2014
U-boat on river Thames, London July 1918. The German minelaying submarine UC-5, captured in the Thames Estuary 27 April 1916, shown on display alongside Temple Pier, Thames Embankment. UC-5 was later taken to the USA and put on display in Central Park, New York.
MS policemen directing crowds of people along street. MS crowds straining to see whilst others pass by in front.
MS two British sailors on the U-boat, they throw rope out so boat can be tethered. MS others walking along deck. MS people filing past looking at the boat. MS German flag and White ensign of royal navy on U-boat. FILM ID:1876.16
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