New York welcomes pilots who flew across the ocean (1920-1929)

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The grand arrival at the port of New York pilots Kehl, Firtsmorisa and Hyunefelda, committed transatlanticheky flight.

Pilots on deck.

They greet the passing smaller vessels.

Court decorated with flags on the background of the Statue of Liberty.

Planes in the air.

Kehl, Fitzmaurice and greeters greet Hünfeld.

The wives of the pilots and their relatives.

The crowd awaits guests at the pier.

Pilots on the dock, they sit in the car.

A solemn motorcade travels along Broadway.

Enthusiastic crowds.

A military convoy.

Mounted police.

The air koffeti, small pieces of paper.

The crowd cheers.

The machine with the pilots.

Mounted police.

The motorcade is approaching to the building of the City Hall.

The machine with the pilots in front of transatlantic company representative "Hamburg-America."

Huge crowds of people.


Key words

Germany, aviation, personnel, population, transportation, water, police, State.the symbols of the State.companies, troops, cavalry

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