Gallant Little Belgium 1932

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    Full title reads: "Brussels. Gallant Little Belgium. King & people remember 18th anniversary of heroic Battles of the Yser - that held up whole German attack in the critical days of 1914."

    Brussels, Belgium.

    Military parade in Brussels. a military band play in the background.

    Troops march in front of King Albert and other Belgian dignitaries. Veterans of World War One are also taking part. Some of the men marching past give a salute that look vaguely Nazi.

    Lots of shots of the parade from various angles.

    King Albert meets some of the veterans.

    (Music only sound track - No commentary)

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:43:14:00 / 01:44:10:00
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