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Pathe Journal 1940 № 24199

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France.

Compiegne.

The draw dedicated parts spahis

France.

Paris.

Shaltal, Blessing troops to victory over Germany

France.

Aircraft Factory.

Great news.

Turning the plane body.

Assembled aircraft

Scotland.

English ship, the submarine sank.

Return transport to Scotland

England.

George VI and Queen attending the training of air defense unit.

fire extinguishing

France.

Senegalese artillery units on the march.

Prestige France

France.

Dakkar.

Loading colonial troops on the ship.

The arrival of the ship in the French port

Syria.

Pyuo, Syria's chief commissioner as a friend.

The traditional cup of coffee.

Bypass lined Syrian troops on horses and camels.

Parade of French troops and siriyskmih

Lebanon.

Ski patrol in the mountains coming out of the needle.

Patrol on the march.

The maneuvers, ending with the shooting.

Returning at night skiers

North Africa.

Berbers and Tuareg and camels under the command of French officers moving through the desert.

Well in the desert.

Departure on.

Fort in the desert, built many years ago by the French

France.

Loading troops, equipment and food on the ship.

Ship heading to Norway accompanied by the cruiser and aircraft

France.

The work in the colonies.

The colonial soldiers of different types of troops.

Tanks

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