Battlefield Of Mohacs After 434 Years 1960

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    Skeletons from the battlefield of Mohacs found after 434 years. Hungary.

    CU map of the area where the Battlefield of Mohacs is situated. CU painting depicting the battle of 1526. LS pan over the field which was the battleground, to huge communal grave containing skeletons.

    Various shots of the skeletons in the communal grave. CUs coins found in the ground. MS bones in the grave, pan up to people watching. Various shots people watching.

    Cataloguer's note: Male and female Hungarian commentary.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:17:50:00 / 01:18:57:00
    UN 3417 I
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    UN 3417 I
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