History: Red Pilots Guide Ships In Suez Canal (1956)

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Region: Suez Canal, Egypt
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Experiences

Found on YouTube. Created by "British Pathé"

Suez Canal, Egypt

LS. Ship on Canal. Various shots of Russian Red Pilots, walking along quayside, having conversation continuing their walk, looking in a manual, before boarding launch. MS. Pilots on launch, flag flying. Panning shot of Tanker. Various shots, looking up at men on tanker deck, man climbing up a rope ladder onto deck. (F.G.)
FILM ID:2556.13

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