Us Football At White City 1944

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    White City Stadium, London.

    Various shots of the American football match played at White City Stadium, London - teams unclear. American General presents cup to the winners at the end of the match. Footballers are covered in mud.

    Several shots of the start of the match with flags being paraded around and teams lined up. Men run and cover themselves in blankets while on the bench trying to worm up.

    More shots of the match and the people watching - mainly army crowd. Footballers are congratulated after the match.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:39:53:00 / 01:47:05:00
    UN 932 E
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    UN 0932 E
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