DEFENCE: World War 2: Submarine training crews at Blyth (1942)

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    Men being trained in how to become submarine crew members in the Royal Navy during World War II. Full Description: Gaumont British Ident SLATE INFORMATION: Training Crews for Submarines ENGLAND: Northumberland: Blyth: EXT NAVAL. Submarine training crews at Blyth..loading torpedo tubes..switch compartment..looking thro' periscope..bow of sub:submering..guns manned..diving & breaking surface..crews goes aboard..in lecture room on shore..medical examination..& demonstration of Davis Escape Apparatus SUBMARINES. Sub: training depot at Blyth..in lecture room.. medically examined..going aboard..loading torpedo..tubes..looking thro' periscope..diving & breaking surface..manning guns..switch compartment..etc SUBMARINES. tubes..looking through periscope..diving & breaking surface..manning guns..switch compartment..etc. Navy - Active, Second World War, WWII, submarines, sailors, ammunition Background: Men being trained in how to become submarine crew members in the Royal Navy during World War II. FILM ID: VLVAEN18QNV8XNTKFRVV1HT5GX792 To license this film, visit https://www.britishpathe.com/video/VL... Archive: Reuters Archive managed by: British Pathé
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    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKDw7KXFejE
    Resource type: Image
    Last modified: 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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