French Coast From Dover

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    Panning along French coastline with long telephoto lens. Taken from Dover. Lens is very dirty and shots are pretty much useless.

    (Lavender in UN 254 A)

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    British Pathé
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    01:04:43:00 / 01:05:55:00
    UN 252 E
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    UN 0252 E
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