The world on the eve of the First World War. (1914)
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Scene №1 The world on the eve of the First World War
The sky floating clouds.
French President Poincaré, sitting in a carriage, greets people after a visit to St.
Anthony Hospital in Paris, the crew starts to move.
Bus with a mobile chapel American missionaries arrives to the place of the church service.
People set up a chapel.
The priest begins the Mass.
The priest sprinkles holy water on worshipers.
Paris fashion model demonstrates a fur coat standing on the shore of the pond in the park.
Italian military band plays during a match of military orchestras in Paris.
Black clouds float across the sky.
The procession around the church in a Russian city, the priests are icons and banners.
People walk through the streets of Vienna.
The woman behind the coffee shop shows her collection of dolls.
People dancing at the ball during the reception.
Costume parade in France.
Porters carry the ladder to the ship sacks of grain.
Smith Kindle oven.
Miners out of the mine at the end of work.
Along the river floating barge with wood.
The builders of high-altitude mount design with a crane.
View of the industrial plant (above).
Foundry workers throw fuel into the furnace.
Workers at the mill.
The shareholders believe the money on the stock exchange.
Bank employee opens the safe.
Bank employees at work.
The ships are in port berths.
Tugs output in the sea passenger ship.
People tidy tackle fishing boats.
Workers push trolley on rails with a load in the jungles of Indochina.
Powered outdoor brick kiln.
Caravan of camels crossing the river.
Go laden camels.
People carry bags with the load.
People loaded ship, cargo passing through the chain.
Lie stacks of barrels.
Oil pouring from the gutter.
Panorama storage tanks (above).
Longshoremen carry bags on board.
Launching of a new passenger liner.
PersonnelRaymond Poincare - French statesman and politician
Paris  USA  Russia  Vienna 
History; Political figures; Life and leisure; Industry; Religion; Sea and river transport