Allied Troops Celebrate Christmas 1940

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Full title reads: "ALLIED TROOPS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS".

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Various shots of troops being served with Christmas dinner, Christmas pudding and mince pies. Several shots of the soldiers eating, drinking beer and dancing. Group of Dutch army officers toasting Queen Wilhelmina.

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
37703
Sort Number:
40/104
Time in/Out:
01:20:45:00 / 01:21:53:00
Canister:
40/104
Film ID:
1065.14
Issue Date:
26/12/1940

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