French General Philip Le Clerc In Strasbourg 1946

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    French General Philip Le Clerc in Strasbourg. France.

    M/S and L/S of General Le Clerc salutes cheering crowds as he goes to the Arc de Triomphe in Strasbourg. C/U and M/S of parade of troops and naval men. C/U and M/S Le Clerc inspects the troops. He presents colours to soldier. M/S men and women in picturesque national costume take part in parade. C/U of the French actress Francoise Rosay. French actress watching the parade. C/U two children in pinafore frocks and lacy blouses. M/S French Gendarmes struggle to hold the crowd back. Le Clerc pats the cheek of a little girl in the crowd lining the route. L/S people cheering from balconies. C/U General Le Clerc receiving gifts from leading citizens. M/S Le Clerc laying a wreath on the grave of a soldier.

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    Howard
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    Black & White
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    Silent
    Media URN:
    66344
    Sort Number:
    UN 1587 B
    Time in/Out:
    01:46:36:00 / 01:50:00:00
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    UN 1587 B
    Film ID:
    2357.14
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