The Pope 1949

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    Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

    St. Peter's Square, Rome, Italy. The Pope speaks out against the imprisonment of a Hungarian Priest.

    LS GV Elevated massed crowds in St. Peters Square. LS GV Elevated massed crowds in St. Peters Square. Banner in foreground "WILCARD MINDSZENTY".

    LV Pope Pius XII on balcony.

    LV GV Elevated massed crowds waving.

    LV Pope talking from balcony.

    LV Elevated massed crowds. SV People looking on.

    SV Senior Alcide De Gasperi and two women in crowd. LV People talking from balcony.

    SV Nun in crowd. GV Back view of crowd praying. SV People kneeling in Square praying.

    LV Pope on balcony blessing the crowd.

    LV GV elevated pan massed crowds in St. Peter's Square.

    Cataloguer's Note: Cardinal Mindszenty was a Hungarian Priest imprisoned by the government.

    Possibly connected with 49/16 - MD.

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    British Pathé
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    01:40:21:00 / 01:41:18:00
    UNSO Reel 047 A
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