German bombardment of North East towns (1914)

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    Damge caused to Scarborough by German shelling. Full Description: ENGLAND: Yorkshire: Scarborough: ( (16th ? ) December 1914) EXT Damaged Public buildings - smashed windows etc People stand outside collapsed house Damage to house Soldier calming horse as several others looking at sandbag reinforcements? Soldiers on guard. Two soldiers standing beside rubble Damage caused to upper storey of house Stretcher bearers enter house. Pan up exterior to show damage - top floor blown out Stretcher party carry casualty out of house People stand outside house looking at damage. Pan up walls to show serious damage Whitby Abbey House showing damage - walls blown out Family group (survivors?) South Bay - cliffs in distance. Boats at sea & people walking along promenade The Castle Lighthouse & harbour wall Background: Damge caused to Scarborough by German shelling. FILM ID: VLVA32AVW08ZABCH8G607EETEN8KT To license this film, visit Archive: Reuters Archive managed by: British Pathé
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    Resource type: Video
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