The German Republic's 11th Anniversary 1930

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    Full title reads: "Berlin. The German Republic's 11th anniversary celebrated with great military review - impressive athletic display by modern 'Young Germany' & magnificent illuminations of night attended by President Hindenburg and vast concourse."

    Berlin, Germany.

    German President Paul Von Hindenburg walks down steps with military officers. He inspects a guard of honour and a military band. A large crowd have come out to see him.

    Large crowds watch a massed display by children in an arena. The run around and do some Keep fit exercises. Shots of the crowds watching the display by the children. A German flag is hoisted as the children walk around the flagpole.

    A building in Berlin is illuminated by torch light in a night time celebration of the Eleventh Anniversary of the German Republic.

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    British Pathé
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    01:13:31:00 / 01:15:26:00
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