Hoover Institution > Hoover Institution Digital Collections > What the Navy is doing. Sweeping up explosive mines is more dangerous than laying them. The Navy's Mine Sweeping Fleet, commanded by Rear Admiral Strauss, is back from the North Sea. They have successfully swept up the 56,000 mines which they planted months ago in the North Sea mine barrage, stretching from Norway to Scotland. They swept them up in record time, too. Learn to work the Navy way - fast and sure

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What the Navy is doing. Sweeping up explosive mines is more dangerous than laying them. The Navy's Mine Sweeping Fleet, commanded by Rear Admiral Strauss, is back from the North Sea. They have successfully swept up the 56,000 mines which they planted months ago in the North Sea mine barrage, stretching from Norway to Scotland. They swept them up in record time, too. Learn to work the Navy way - fast and sure
Creator
United States. Navy Recruiting Command
Date Created and/or Issued
1917/1918?
Contributing Institution
Hoover Institution
Collection
Hoover Institution Digital Collections
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Type
image
Identifier
XX343.24931
Relation
Poster collection

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