Germany Beats Us 1931

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    Full title reads: "Cologne. Germany beats us - in first Athletic Match (although we have defeated France and Italy) by 3 clear points!"

    Cologne, Germany.

    British athletics team march out, followed by the German team.

    Pennants are exchanged between the teams.

    Shots of the British Athletes standing with their flag lowered.

    Shots of various athletic events; hurdles, sprints, discus, pole vault, relays, high jump.

    N.B. One of the runners in the British relay team is black.

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    British Pathé
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    01:28:32:00 / 01:29:31:00
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