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Other titles:GERMAN U-BOATS LYING AT HARWICH [Alternative Title]
Summary: Film of surrendered U-boats at Harwich, November 1918.
Description: Aerial sequence shot from an airship of the U-boats arriving off Harwich - Admiralty R and Modified R Class destroyers lead in Kreuzer (large) and Mittel (medium displacement) U-boats. Medium close-up of British rating standing in the eyes of cameraship looking out to sea - presumably at the beaten foe. Medium shot as a U.160 Class (?) submarine passes left to right, followed by U.99 and U.105 Class boats. Medium close-up as a U.66 Class boat passes right to left. Shots of the surrendered submarines anchored at Harwich - cameracraft passes a group of three comprising U.99 and U.90 Class boats and one other - in the background is HMS Redgauntlet (F.97). A second group - the nearest is UB.III Class. A third group of boats - nearest is UB.133 Class. Medium close-up of ML.15 secured alongside a U-boat ready to take off some of the crew. The crew of a U.81 Class (?) boat assemble on deck with their kit ready for trans-shipment. Medium shot as cameracraft passes another group of three boats - U.43 and U.99 Class and one other.