Workers' Houses Opened To Celebrate 5th… 1949

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    Warsaw, Varsovie, Poland.

    Workers houses opened to celebrate 5th anniversary of the independence of Varsovie.

    LS. Pan over devastated area to new buildings under construction. LS. Bricks being carried on conveyor belt to bricklayers at work on wall of building. MS. Bricklayers at work. SCU. and CU. bricklayer cementing brick into position. LS. Bricklayers at work. (2 shots). MS. Stone blocks being hauled up on lift. MS. and SCU. Workers fixing stone blocks into position. LS. Pan over devastation to nearly completed buildings.

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    UN 2163 A
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    01:31:34:00 / 01:32:25:00
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    UN 2163 A
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