Czechoslovak Corps in Tomsk. (1919)
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Scene №1 Czechoslovak Corps in Tomsk
Employees of the American Consulate in Tomsk, headed by Consul E. Harris out of the consulate building.
People waiting in line at the reception at the Red Cross office in Tomsk.
The Sisters of Mercy standing in front of the office.
American Consul Harris, sister Matyuz and persons accompanying them out of the offices of the Red Cross.
Women with children in their arms standing at the barracks for refugees in Tomsk.
The refugees walk past the barracks.
The cooks in the kitchen preparing food for the refugees.
Panorama of front gardens at the railway station, the defeated soldiers of the Czechoslovak Corps.
View front gardens along the train.
The soldiers are resting in their summer houses built.
View gazebos for musicians.
Dogs in a box under the car.
Soldiers playing makeshift bowling.
One soldier throws a ball.
The soldiers knocked bowling ball suspended on a rope.
Czech artillery guns set to fire position near the station Taiga.
Gunners equipped emplacements away riderless horse gallops.
Gunners suggest guns for firing.
Officers make calculations on the compass.
Gunners suggest gun.
PersonnelErnst Harris - US diplomat
Russian civil war; Medicine