Governor Horthy 1922

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    The Governor and dictator of Hungary, Admiral Horthy.

    Full titles read: "GOVERNOR HORTHY - and Hungarian people celebrate 3rd Anniversary of defeat of Bolshevist regime."

    M/S of Governor Horthy surrounded by Hungarian ladies. One woman hands over a bouquet of flowers to Horthy, he chats to her. L/S of Horthy saluting military soldiers as they march past. Good M/S of Hungarian leader Admiral Miklos Horthy.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:55:26:00 / 01:56:44:00
    G 904
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    G 0904
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