Saar Troops Return 1935

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Full title reads: "Saar troops return - 1st Battalion Essex Regiment "en route" for Catterick".

British soldiers keeping peace during Saarbrucken's referendum plebiscite to accept to German rule return home.

Rheims, France.

Various shots of British soldiers visiting Rheims...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
10661
Sort Number:
35/016
Time in/Out:
01:46:58:00 / 01:49:56:00
Canister:
35/16
Film ID:
807.35
Issue Date:
25/02/1935

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