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Czechoslovak Army in France   [Assigned Title]

Československé vojsko ve Francii   [Assigned Title]
Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Year of origin: 1931
Genre: Documentary Film
Locations of shooting: Francie:Paříž,Rue Bonaparte 34,sídlo čs.vlády, Francie:Darney, Francie:Cognac, Francie:Camp Betelec,tábor 21. střeleckého pluku, Francie:Sentheim,budova velitelství 21. střeleckého pluku

Credits
Himself: Beneš Edvard
  Strimpl Ludvík
  Beneš Edvard
  Chalupa Vladimír
  Markovič Ivan
  Janin Pierre Thiébault
  Husák Otakar
  Poincaré Raymond
  Janin Pierre Thiébault
  Hrdlička
  Smutný Jaromír
  Božinov Plesinger Miroslav
  Markovič Ivan
  Masaryk Tomáš Garrigue
  Janin Pierre Thiébault
  Božinov Plesinger Miroslav
Production company: Památník osvobození


Keywords: automobil, děla, hra míčová, hroby vojenské, hudba vojenská, kovárna polní, kuchyně polní, kulomety tažené koňmi, legionáři, pluk střelecký, prapor vojenský, přehlídka vojenská, ruch pouliční, stany vojenské, tábor vojenský, válka 1. světová, věnce smuteční, vlak nákladní, vojáci pochodující, zákopy vojenské, automobile, ball game, cannons, field kitchen, field smithy, firing regiment, freight train, funeral wreaths, horse-drawn machine guns, legionnaires, military camp, military flag, military graves, military music, military show, military tents, military trenches, soldiers marching, street traffic, World War I
A film dating back to 1931 documents activities of the Czech and Slovak legionnaires in France during the World War I. - The Czechoslovak government had its seat in Paris - Rue Bonaparte 34. - The 21st Firing Regiment left by a freight train for the front. Soldiers took an oath of the Czechoslovak legions. They were presented a flag as a gift by the City of Paris. A military show followed. The regiment's headquarters was based in Sentheim, the military camp was located in Camp Betelec. Among its features there was a field kitchen and field smithy. - On the show of the victorious allied troops, President Poincaré awarded also Czech and Slovak soldiers. - The 22nd Firing Regiment left for the front. - In Cognac, a celebration of the Czechoslovak independence was held on November 4. The 23rd Firing Regiment held a military show.

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Sound: Silent film
Aspect: 1:1,33
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