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Water Power - A Novel Machine (1933)

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News fragment from 1933 (mute)

Power! Power in the rushing waves - the flowing rivers - the dashing falls - After many years an Inventor has produced this ingenious water-power model. He claims the machine will be invaluable in generating power for pumps, etc. in low lying land, as it can be used in shallow waters.
Finned like a fish, propelled like a hydroplane, it can hit nearly 80 miles an hour. They call it a hydrofoil boat.

More info: British Pathé
Produced by: British Pathé
Language: English (mute)
Year: 1933
Region: England, Great Britain



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