Universal Newspaper Newsreel № 21899 (1933)

Newsreel №64656, 1 part, duration: 0:05:27, black-white

Reel №1

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A strong storm brought tremendous destruction throughout the US Atlantic coast.

Resorts around New York totally incapacitated

Mont-de-Marsan, France.

Bullfighting - unsafe activity for amateurs.

Matador bull injures

Mile River, New York.

President Roosevelt visited the summer camp of the Boy Scouts.

Roosevelt presented to him by an Indian headdress


Gar Wood - the famous American Water Racer

Long Beach.


Representations of costumed children's circus

A huge forest fire in Oregon Valley.

Fighting fire.

Timber burned in an area of ​​5,000 square meters, the losses amount to $ 1 million

Key words

US natural phenomena, destruction, resorts
France, Entertainment, animals, wounded
US President PEOPLE, children Gos.deyateli
US, celebrities, sports, transportation, water
USA, children, circus
US, fire, forestry, fire protection

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