International Youth Festival - Last Day 1955

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    Warsaw, Poland.

    International youth festival, last day. Documentation on file.

    GV. of Stalin Square, illuminated. Various shots of Youth marching past at night singing. CU. Large banner which says "World Youth Friendship and Peace" Various shots of Youth Festival at night, massive gathering, French speaker. MS. of the Festival Flag behind lowered while the Assembly sing their friendship song. LS. Fireworks exploding over Stalin Square. Various shots of dancing in the Square, bear drinking out of glasses held be people, fairground (very dark) and a firework display.


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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:46:58:00 / 01:52:08:00
    UN 2764 A
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    UN 2764 A
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