Anti - Soviet Plot 1922

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    Note: French newsreel on Anti Soviet plot (France ?)

    Full titles read: "MOSCOU... - Le judgement les revolutionnaires socialistes, arretes pour avoir conspire ontre le Government

    M/S's of large crowd of people looking rather miserable. they stare grimly at the camera. L/S's of guards or soldiers appearing to check entry passes of people entering building. L/S of people walking through corridor in building. M/S of elderly gentlemen answering questions to a woman who is filling in forms at a desk.

    Intertitle reads: "Les pieces a conviction."

    M/S of of paperwork and large books on a table and a device that appears to be a bomb.

    Intertitle reads: "La femme KONOPLEVA, principle accusee, comme... un des chefs du.... revolutionnaire et du complot."

    L/S of young woman sitting down. She is very animated when she talks."

    Intertitle reads: "La lecture du verdict."

    C/U of man with beard reading out loud from a newspaper.

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    British Pathé
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    01:23:38:00 / 01:25:08:00
    G 936
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    G 0936
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