British Pathe – 10 Tragedies Caught On Film
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[British Pathe – 10 Tragedies Caught On Film]
Franz Reichelt’s Eiffel Tower Jump Killed whilst testing his parachute 1912.
Emily Davison Killed at the Derby 1913.
Frank Lockhard Killed in new land speed record attempt 1928.
The Hindenburg Disaster 35 fatalities 1937.
HMS Barham 863 men killed 1941.
The Farnborough Tragedy 29 spectators killed 1941.
“Now the split second disaster in slow motion.”
Le Mans Disaster 83 spectators killed 1955.
Naval Pilot Commander J D Russell Drowns in sinking cockpit 1958.
“The horror of all the arrest [gear] failed. Russell went over the edge into the sea. He’s trying to free himself of harness and to open the cockpitt. ‘The Gallant pilot’ went to his death.”
Gerard Masselin The bird man’s fatal jump 1963.
Donald Campbell Killed in water speed record attempt 1967.
“I can’t seen anything” “I’ve got the bows out” “I’m going…”
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