More Anzacs For Korea 1952

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    Sydney, Australia.

    L.V. Troops marching through Sidney. G.V. Troops marching past Governor General Sir William McKell. G.V. Troops and relatives on quayside. S.V. Soldier and wife on quayside. S.V. Soldier cuddling wife. C.U. Soldier with baby. M.V. Pan, men boarding troopship. S.V. Relatives walking along quayside and waving. C.U. Woman waving. L.V. Troops on deck. G.V. Relatives waving. C.U. Woman waving. L.V. Men waving from ship's rail. C.U. Older woman comforting younger. LV. Ship leaving dock. C.U. Young woman crying. LV. Ship passing Sydney Bridge.

    Anzacs (Australian and New Zealand troops) leaving for Korea to fight in Korean war.

    (Orig. F.G.) (Orig."C")

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    27162
    Sort Number:
    52/022
    Time in/Out:
    01:21:11:00 / 01:22:33:00
    Canister:
    52/22
    Film ID:
    19.17
    Issue Date:
    13/03/1952
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