UN Pays Qui Agonise - La Turquie AKA Turkey 1920-1924

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Part of a French film on Turkey. Title: "Un Pays Qui Agonise - La Turquie".

Item intercut with intertitles in French.

Shot of mosque with trees around it. At the Hippodrome Place, pan past prisons, tall obelisk of former ruler Constantine Porforianisos, man in fez hat walks past. Shot...



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ON 376 A
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01:44:42:00 / 02:00:59:00
ON 376 A
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1920 - 1924

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