Let The Dead Past Bury Its Dead 1925

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    Item title reads - "Let the dead past bury its dead" Mr Austen Chamberlain, Allied and German leaders meet to endeavour to arrange "security pact". Locarno, Switzerland.

    Intertitle - 'the beautiful little town is packed with journalists of all nations.' L/S of people stood about outside and in front of some steps, the camera pans across them. M/S of Austen Chamberlain, British Foreign Secretary, and two other delegates together on the steps.

    Intertitle - 'Mr Briand and French Delegates.' M/S as Monsieur Briand and Monsieur Berthelot emerge with the other delegates.

    Intertitle - 'Dr. Luther and Herr Stresemann represent Germany.' M/S as they also emerge with six other men and walk down the steps where they pose for the camera.

    Intertitle - 'The Italian Delegates.' M/S of eight Italian delegates minus Benito Mussolini who was also present.

    Intertitle - 'M. Vandervelde and Belgian Delegates.' M/S as Mr Vandervelde stands on the steps with various other delegates.

    Note: this item is yellow tinted.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Silent
    Media URN:
    19876
    Sort Number:
    G 1233
    Time in/Out:
    01:18:57:00 / 01:20:30:00
    Canister:
    G 1233
    Film ID:
    426.10
    Issue Date:
    15/10/1925
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