Clemenceau / Marshal Foch 1919

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France, just after World War One.

French Premier Georges Clemenceau & President Raymond Poincare stand in front of rows of French officers. Marshal Ferdinand Foch approaches them from right, Clemenceau shakes hands with him. Cut to group of military & government leaders in front of ruins in...



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