Desert Parade Commemorates Algiers Conquest 1950

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    Full title reads: "Desert Parade Commemorates Algiers Conquest".

    In Salah, Algeria. Foreign Legion outpost.

    GV People gathered around memorial to Captain Pein. SV Back view Mr Naegelen, Governor General of Algeria saluting memorial. CU Memorial Tablet. SV Mr Naegelen holding standard prior to presentation.

    SV Governor General of Algeria, Mr Naegelen presenting standard to Captain Moraler, company commander. SV Arab on camel. SV Mr Naegelen presenting medals to survivors of the Pein expedition. CU Arab wearing medal round neck. SV Mr. Naegelen kissing Arab after presentation of medal. SV Arab women looking on. CU Arab Woman.

    MV Towards and pan Camel Corps marching past. LV Officers taking salute. SV Arabs on camels riding past. CU Mr Naegelen. MV Towards Camel Corps marching past.

    (F.G.) (Orig. C.)

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    47345
    Sort Number:
    50/006
    Time in/Out:
    01:15:06:00 / 01:16:02:00
    Canister:
    50/6
    Film ID:
    1448.08
    Issue Date:
    19/01/1950
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    Religion & Politics
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    1940s Algeria
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