Countess Mountbatten christens England's new tanker (1952)

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    GAUMONT BRITISH NEWSREEL (REUTERS) Earl and Countess Mountbatten send off England's newest tanker, World Concord Full Description: SLATE INFORMATION: Our Roving Camera Reports ENGLAND: Cumbria: Barrow-in-Furness: EXT BARROW. (INFURNESS) Countess Mountbatten christens and launches 31,000 tanker "World Concord" in ship yards.. shots etc.. goods shots in water LANCASHIRE. Countess Mount Batten Christens & launches 31,000 tanker "WORLD CONCORD" good shots in water LAUNCHINGS Countess Mountbatten with Lord Louis launches 31,000 ton tanker "World Concord" at Barrow.. shots of ship, sliding down and in the water Good MOUNTBATTEN EARL & COUNTESS Countess accompanied by the Earl launches 31,000 ton tanker "World Concord" at Barrow.. shots etc slipping into water TANKERS OIL 31,000 tons tanker launched by Countess Mountbatten with Lord Louis at Barrow, 1,000th ship to leave the yards.. shots of the launching..good shots in water etc etc "World Concord"--- Ships and Boats watercraft, boat, ship, ocean, sea, christening Background: Earl and Countess Mountbatten send off England's newest tanker, World Concord FILM ID: VLVA8X8QJH359FMWSS74HEB4ROTWK To license this film, visit https://www.britishpathe.com
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    British Pathé
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    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bGelMu_Xgk
    Resource type: Video
    Last modified: 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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