Here Stood The 51st 1950

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St. Valery-en-Caux, France.

MV. Scottish Pipe band leading procession. CU. Pan, drummer in band. MV. Mayor in robes of office. SV. Mr Hector McNeil, British Delegate to United Nations Organisation, with other dignitaries looking on. MV. Men of the Highland Division presenting arms. MV. Highland...

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
48031
Sort Number:
50/049
Time in/Out:
01:13:11:00 / 01:14:17:00
Canister:
50/49
Film ID:
1472.10
Issue Date:
19/06/1950

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