Horses And Troops Resting 1914-1918

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Horses and Troops Resting.

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Indian horse troops - men & horses resting. Pan across camp - or area where they've stopped to rest; recuperate. Some men sitting on ground in small groups - some pots of food? Pan rt. to men grooming horses. Tents in BG.




Black & White
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ON 178 Q
Time in/Out:
01:34:18:00 / 01:34:49:00
ON 178 Q
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Issue Date:
1914 - 1918

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