Mobilisation 1914

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Mobilisation of troops in France and Russia during World War One (August 1914).

High angled shot of Paris street with soldiers marching, watched by crowds on pavement. Small group of French Cavalry rides by. Closer shot showing cheering, waving crowd, a few officers riding horses and carrying...

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Cataloguer:
Cheri
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
77204
Sort Number:
ON 429 F
Time in/Out:
01:40:19:00 / 01:44:13:00
Canister:
ON 429 F
Film ID:
2464.30
Issue Date:
1914

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