General Charles de Gaulle dedicates spot for monument in Bar De-Luc. France.
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De Gaulle at Bar De-Luc. France.
At the village of Bar De-Luc, General Charles de Gaulle dedicates a spot for a monument to 88 people who were executed by the Germans. C/U A cheering woman, holding a dressed baby in her arms to see the general pass. C/U a woman, with four children. C/U Various shots of mourning women. M/S and L/S The cheering crowds which surge onto the road after the general has passed and follow him. C/U Hands clapping. L/S General elevated views of assembled crowd listening to de Gaulle speaking.
C/U Cut in shot of people listening. M/S and L/S De Gaulle arriving at Bar De-Luc and walking through cheering crowds to the monument. M/S He salutes M/S he lays a wreath on it. C/U with a trowel he cements a plaque into position. C/U he shakes hands with some of the relatives of the dead. M/S He makes a speech with a church as a background. M/S He makes a speech with a church in the background. M/S and C/U the parade of army units ex-servicemen. C/U the plaque commemorating the dead.