Marshal Foch 1918-1919

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World War One. Paris Peace Conference, France?

Allied supreme commander Marshall Ferdinand Foch comes out of a building and walks toward camera, talking to another French officer, General Weygand. Also standing outside are a group of men in suits who look like politicians, possibly including...

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Cataloguer:
Cheri
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
75851
Sort Number:
ON 238 D
Time in/Out:
01:15:53:00 / 01:16:07:00
Canister:
ON 238 D
Film ID:
2354.20
Issue Date:
1918 - 1919

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