Irish Guards Leave Southampton 1922

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Soldiers preparing to leave Southampton, Hampshire, for Constantinople in Turkey.

Full title reads: "The IRISH GUARDS - leave for Constantinople."

L/S of soldier wheeling out barrow from warehouse with large bags and sacks on it at Southampton dock. Other soldiers are carrying out...

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Cataloguer:
Howard
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
22857
Sort Number:
G 0871
Time in/Out:
01:36:02:00 / 01:36:59:00
Canister:
G 871
Film ID:
264.25
Issue Date:
27/04/1922

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