Communist Troops Take Over Mining Port In… 1955

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    Communist troops take over mining port in Indochina (Haiphong area, Tonkin, Vietnam).

    Various shots of coal mine installation. Vietminh (Viet-Minh) troops releasing French forces. International Control Committee arriving in cars. Vietminh officials taking over under control of French Authorities. Streets are decorated with Vietminh communist flags and banners. People come out of their homes where they had been sheltering. Shots of Vietminh troops in Campha streets. Air shots of the mines and town.

    Date on dope sheet is 28/04/1955.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1955
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    79523
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2678.31
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:07:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:54:49:00 / 01:55:56:00
    Canister:
    UN 2733 H
    Sort Number:
    UN 2733 H
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