Not Too Old At 84! 1932

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    President Von Hindenburg - now 84 - inspects Germany troops.

    Full title reads: "Germany. Not too old at 84! President Von Hindenburg - who is once again standing for Office to serve his Country - at his great age, reviews Berlin's New Garrison."

    Berlin, Germany.

    L/S large military parade. Ranks of troops being inspected.

    M/S President Paul Von Hindenburg and other officers inspecting troops.

    C/U Hindenburg walking down rank of troops.

    High angle shot, troops marching past Hindenburg. They give a good example of the goose-step

    C/U Hindenburg and other officers watching parade.

    More shots of marching troops.

    (Natural sound track only - No commentary)

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:30:01:00 / 01:30:59:00
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    Lifestyle & Culture Religion & Politics War & Revolution
    Hindenburg 50 Years
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