Indonesia Celebrates Dutch Princess 1947

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    Indonesia celebrates new Dutch Princess Maria Christina.

    Title - 'Nieuws uit Indonesie'.

    Various shots guns firing in salute. M/S's tanks decorated with streamers lead a procession of Dutch troops and a Dutch band through the streets of Batavia. A jostling crowd of locals follow. Various shots native children walking to the White Palace of the Governor General. Various shots Governor and Mrs Van Mook standing on the steps of the Palace. Various shots as the children sing to them. Various shots of the children eating afterwards.

    Various shots of another military parade which includes naval and women's detachments. Various shots Dr Van Mook, General Spoor and Admiral Pinke watching the march past.

    Cataloguer's note: date of item: 10/3/1947.

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    British Pathé
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    01:58:57:00 / 02:01:10:00
    UN 1643 B
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    UN 1643 B
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