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A photograph of the British ship named Queen Elizabeth.

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A photograph of one of the big liners converted for trooping and escorted by U.S. destroyers.

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The surrender of a U-Boat to the American destroyer "Fanning"

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German prisoners captured by "The Fanning"

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American Naval Yachts in a harbor of France

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Double Portrait of the American Yacht Crew

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Raising a British submarine alongside a mother ship for examination

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An officer in a British submarine attaching a message to the leg of a pigeon

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Photographs of the sinking of the torpedoed Transport "Convington"

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"Flusser", "Preston", "Lamson", "Reid", "Smith", and "Prometheus" moored at Brest

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Sighting a camouflaged ship model through a specifically designed periscope to test visibility at various distances.

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Kodak engineers busy designing types of ship camouflage.

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A photograph of the refrigerator ship Oskawa.

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Four men standing and shaking hands in front of the USS Mt. Vernon Bell.

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The propeller actuating device from the nose of the German torpedo found in the No. 7 Fire room on the USS Mt. Vernon.

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USS Mount Vernon in drydock at Brest, France showing torpedo damage.

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The USS Mt. Vernon, the Former German Passenger Liner Kronprinzessin Cecile, in New York Harbor.

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A photo of the German mail steamer "Kronprinzessin Cecilie" (Crown-princess Cecilie) in the New York Harbor

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A photo of the Kronprinzessin Cecilie in the New York harbor.

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Propeller Actuatine Device from Nose of German Torpedo Found in the Fireroom Bilge after USS Mount Vernon placed in drydock .

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Reiherstieg shipyards and engineering factory, Hamburg, KI. Grasbrook.

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A German steamer built at the shipyard for the German East Africa Line.

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Photo of a Unidentified Ship

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A photograph of the deck of an unidentified ship

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A photograph of a docked unidentified ship

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A portrait of an unidentified ship

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The Mount Vernon as she was as a passenger ship

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A photograph of the USS Agammenon taken from the USS Mt. Vernon

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Possibly the USS George Washington.

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