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Mersey pilot boat runs aground, and Polish ship, Pilsudski, is sunk (1939)


published on 12 November 2020 173 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "British Pathé".
GAUMONT BRITISH NEWSREEL (REUTERS)

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Wreckage of a Mersey pilot boat running aground at Southport, killing 20 crew members, and the Polish liner, Pilsudski, whose captain died of exposure after the ship was sunk

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SLATE INFORMATION: Two More Losses on the Sea

ENGLAND: Sefton: Southport:
EXT

LIVERPOOL L'pool Mersey Pilot Boat saground and wrecked.


PILSUDSKI. Sunk - Lib. shots used


SHIPPING Mersey Pilot Boat aground & wrecked


Ships and Boats; Disasters and Accidents

World War II, World War 2, WWII, Second World War, war, fleet, sailors, navy, Poland, passenger, cruise
Background: Wreckage of a Mersey pilot boat running aground at Southport, killing 20 crew members, and the Polish liner, Pilsudski, whose captain died of exposure after the ship was sunk

FILM ID: VLVAAFMZAJGI7M13SNICC6BXKJPV2
To license this film, visit https://www.britishpathe.com/video/VLVAAFMZAJGI7M13SNICC6BXKJPV2-MERSEY-PILOT-BOAT-RUNS-AGROUND-AND-POLISH-SHIP-PILSUDSKI-IS-SUNK

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