Military School In Indochina 1952

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    Military School in Indochina (Vietnam) - Hiang, Bieu.

    General views of cadets standing to attention on parade ground. M/S of Bao Dai, ex-Emperor of China, and Mr Tran Van Huu, Prime Minister of Vietnam. M/S of General Salan, Commander in Chief in Indochina saluting. M/S of Bao Dai inspecting the troops. M/S of Bao Dai commencing the ceremony by putting a large stick into the flame before the memorial. L/S of the ceremony. M/S pan down the memorial.

    L/S of the parade. L/S of Bao Dai presenting two young officers with swords. M/S of Indochinese officers standing to attention holding sword. L/S as cadets rise from knees, and stand to attention. M/S of party of coloured troops with officer carrying flag. L/S of officers firing arrows into the air. L/S of General Salan reading speech; pan to Bao Dai seated.

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    Media URN:
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    00:01:48:00
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    01:51:18:00 / 01:53:06:00
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