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Pathe Journal 1939 № 20883

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SShA.Nyu York.

Honoring Pershing, uchastvov.v 1st imperial war 1914-1918g.i srazhav.vmeste with the French army

Mexico.

German ships interned in Mekiske / Veracruz /

Holland.

The accident of the Dutch ship, as a result of mine explosion

Romania.

Bucharest.

Romanian King Carol is present at the funeral of General Calinescu killed "Iron Guard".

Prince Mihai

England.

London.

Turkish military mission in London

England.

At the airport.

Scenes among the pilots in the aviation school

England.

Military exercises of British troops

England.

British troops before being sent to France

Germany.

Hitler made a speech.

Explanation on the map the history of German aggression in Central Europe

France.

Czechoslovak Minister in Paris

France.

The factory that produces military uniforms.

Handling of the finished outfit

France.

Paris.

Getting blood from donors.

Blood samples from donors

France.

Dog on the service in the French army

France.

Franntsuzskie troops moved to the front.

everyday scenes

France.

American journalists headed by Knickerbocker on the French front

Germany.

French troops, who took the German village.

The grave of a German soldier who was killed first.

At the forefront of the French.

The fortifications of the Maginot Line

France.

Modern weapons: the blockade, bombardment of cities, air attacks, radio, spreading leaflets

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