Montgomery In Paris 1948

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    Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery (Monty) in Paris, France.

    L/S Monty's car arriving at the residence of President Vincent Auriol. M/S drummers of the Guard of Honour. M/S as Monty steps out of car. M/S Monty inspecting Guard of Honour. M/S Monty entering building. M/S M. Henry Queuille with Monty. L/S Monty and Queuille being photographed. C/U Monty and Queuille shaking hands. M/S Monty getting into car. L/S Monty's car driving away, Guard of Honour in foreground.

    M/S Monty arriving at Fontainebleau Palace (former HQ of Western Union Forces). M/S as Monty alights from car. M/S Monty inspecting Guard of Honour. L/S Monty walking up steps of building and entering. Various shots Vincent Auriol, Monty and French Politician Paul Ramadier in entrance to building. C/U Monty shaking hands with Auriol, he them shakes hands with Ramadier. M/S British Ambassador in France Sir Oliver Harvey getting into car followed by Monty. L/S Monty's car driving away.

    Date given on old records is 25/11/1948.



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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1948
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    64945
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2244.09
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:07:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:38:05:00 / 01:40:12:00
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    UN 2048 E
    Sort Number:
    UN 2048 E
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