King Reviews Irish Army 1914-1918

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Large group of Irish soldiers march past camera - eyes right. They are being reviewed by King George V - he might be seen briefly at the beginning of the film on horseback but not a good C/U shot.

Closer shot from a...



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ON 241 E
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01:16:39:00 / 01:23:53:00
ON 241 E
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1914 - 1918

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