Libya Independence 1952

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    CU. Head of State of Libya, King Idriss, leaving room and goes to balcony to acknowledge the crowd at the ceremony of Libyan independence. GV. Crowd in town square applauding. LS Large crowd on roof of building - pan to crowd in town square, cheering. MS. Head of State acknowledging crowd. CU. Head of State. MS. Head of State posing for camera. CU. Head of State walking past camera (very dark). MS. Declaration of Independence being read to Head of State. CU. Head of State speaking into microphone. MS. Head of State leaving the room. MS. Head of State entering car. LS. Crowd with banners waving and applauding. MS. Officials walking past.

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    Date found in the old record - 01/01/1952.

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    Media URN:
    69488
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2583.18
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    Black & White
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    00:02:08:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:49:26:00 / 01:51:34:00
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    UN 2417 C
    Sort Number:
    UN 2416 C
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