Hungarian Refugees Arrive In Rome 1956

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    Termini Station, Rome, Italy.

    MS.People waiting on station, train coming into view. CU. Couple of refugees looking out of carriage window. GV. Refugees looking out of carriage windows, waving to the people awaiting their arrival. CU.Refugees leaning from train window, and hugging a person below. CU.Woman holding child, looking out of window. CU.Children looking out of window. CU.Group of men talking amongst themselves, among them is Premier Antonio Segni, and Signor Saragat, Vice President of the Council of Ministers and a representative of the ministry of Foreign Affairs.. MS.Refugees applauding their arrival. CU.Refugees being shaken by the hand. MS.Refugees walking along platform. CU.Sign "Listen Hozott Romaban". GV.Crowd waving to refugees as they board buses which will take them to their Red Cross housing. GV.Bus moving off, and crowd still moving.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1956
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    Media URN:
    82762
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    2842.26
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    Black & White
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    00:02:16:00
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    01:42:16:00 / 01:44:32:00
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    UN 2916 I
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    UN 2916 I
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