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A scene of the movie John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads.

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A scene of the movie John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads.
A scene of the movie John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads.
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John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads is a Swedish drama film from 1937 , directed by Gustaf Edgren. The film is about the Swedish inventor John Ericsson and his struggle to get his ship Monitor adopted by the Northern States Navy. Northern States to block the Hampton Roads to prevent Confederate cotton exports to Europe. You start building block breaker Merrimac . John Ericsson father to Washington to plead for the Monitor, the only thing that can stop the Merrimac. Eventually sign Abraham Lincoln a contract September 20, 1861, where John Ericsson receives an order for its new ship. *** Martha May Day Ekström , born 28 January 1899 at Värmdö, died 23 January 1952 in Stockholm, was a Swedish actress and singer . *** Greta Almroth , born 15 april 1888 in the Adolf Fredrik church , Stockholm , died there 24 July 1981 in Stockholm , was a Swedish actor. Almroth studied at Elin Svensson's theater school and stage debuted in 1908. She was one of the Swedish film's first big stars and starred in over 30 films. She is buried in North Cemetery in Stockholm. Keywords: Scene, film, Swedish, movie, John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads, drama film, 1937, Märta Ekström, Greta Almroth

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