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    Full title reads: "Cyprus. UN In Command".

    Nicosia and Famagusta, Cyprus. Greek Cypriots celebrate Independence Day and United Nations arrive to help with Peace Keeping.

    GV The entrance to the Greek camp in Nicosia. SV Pan Greek soldiers carrying the Greek National flag. LV Soldiers lined up. LV Flags flying pan down to Greek Church Officials conducting the Te Deum. SV Incense burning in helmets resting on rifles. SV The Greek church ministers. GV Soldiers marching parade. SV Small boy in Greek National dress saluting. LV Soldiers march past.

    GV Aircraft taxiing in at Nicosia airport at night. SV General Gyani awaiting the arrival of Swedish and Finnish contingents of the UN Force. LV As the officers walk down from the plane and shake hands with General Gyani. CU One of the officers. CU General Gyani with another of the officers. LV Pan Irish officers disembark and are greeted by Gen. Gyani. SV Press photographers. LV The officers shaking hands.

    GV Int. Gen. Gyani and General Carver answering questions at Press Conference. General Gyani is on the right. LV ditto. SV Pressmen. SV General Carver and General Gyani.

    GV Famagusta port. GV Pan. The aircraft carrier Bonaventure. Pan to the anti-sub destroyer Restigoche. LV Pontoon arrives at dock to unload armoured cars. SV Ramp being pushed into place. LV Armoured car coming off the pontoon. GV The Canadian aircraft carrier Bonaventure. LV ditto showing lorries on the deck. GV Helicopter leaves the carrier. GV The destroyer Restigoche. GV The carrier Bonaventure.


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    British Pathé
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    Time in/Out:
    01:46:48:00 / 01:48:33:00
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    Religion & Politics War & Revolution
    cyprus Temporary workspace: 12.1.2010 10:46 Cyprus Violence in Cyprus
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