Commander Stephen King-Hall explains why Japan's refusal to limit guns to 14 inches may lead to naval armaments race
Sheffield, England: G.V. Ingot out of forge. L.V. Ingot being moved to press. S.V. men working crane. L.V. ingot in pres. CU. in press. T.V. metal into mould. CU. man watching metal in mould. L.V. armour plate under press. S.V. armour plate coming out press. L.V. man comparing size of shells. The above scenes ORIG. NEG. fade 6158 L.V. & G.V. Japanese battleships..from roll 2176.. S.V. & CU. gun barrels from roll. 4480.
L.V. "Nelson" from roll. 5458. S.V. Gun, Rodney in background. from 4480. G.V. & L.V. " Nelson thru canal..from roll 29...CU. side of battleship & canal.from roll.2844...Pan. of Pacific Trees in foreground. from roll..2844.L.V. U.S. Battleships, from roll..4820. Air view American Battleships. from roll. 2855..Shot thru pacthole of guns. 4480 Aemi view guns .4480. (Int. shots. L.V. & CU..Stephen King Hall speaks.
Sound Effects: Stephen Hall talks about the Japs not wanting to be limited to 14inch guns.
Navy - Active; Munitions and Armaments; Personalities - Armed Forces; Personalities - Politicians; William Stephen Richard King-Hall, Baron King Hall (1893-1966)
Background: Commander Stephen King-Hall explains why Japan's refusal to limit guns to 14 inches may lead to naval armaments race