Sir Edward Ward Inspects Special Constables… 1916

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    Sir Edwards Ward inspects Special Constables of the 'Y' Division at Tufnell Park, London - 1916.

    DS football field with several men standing at side; Union Jack on flag pole in FG; the Specials marching by to left. Shot of same from the ground: Specials marching; with big brick buildings in BG. CU white moustached man in uniform watching; 2 others behind him. Shot of these men standing on field; moving into different positions; spectators seated in bleachers in BG. The officers walk past row of men standing with bicycles; then past more men in row. CU officer with white moustache. DS field; with flag in FG.

    World War One. Home front.

    G 395 B.

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    Cataloguer:
    Cheri
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Silent
    Media URN:
    71856
    Sort Number:
    ON 025 N
    Time in/Out:
    01:14:33:00 / 01:17:02:00
    Canister:
    ON 025 N
    Film ID:
    1868.14
    Issue Date:
    1916
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