Eiffel Was A Pioneer - Paris France & Modale 1962

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    Paris, France.

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    CU. Models of Eiffel Tower on tourist stall. Angle shot Eiffel Tower. GV. from left as it ascends tower. CU. M. Eiffel flashback. CU. Statue of M. Eiffel. CU. Drawing by Eiffel. CU. Weather instruments. CU. Meters showing wind speed on Eiffel Tower. Various shots of Eiffel Tower including CUs. of radar equipment installed on summit of Tower. GV. Paris from Tower. GV. Machine to ensure air resistance invented by Eiffel. Various shots some still of air tunnel invented by Eiffel. CU. Model of Super Caravelle. G.V. French Aerodynamics centre. Various shots of model of Super Caravelle undergoing wind tunnel test.


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    British Pathé
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    01:13:13:00 / 01:15:07:00
    UN 3623 G
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