PARIS LEAVE CLUB 1919
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A party of young women show a group of smartly dressed British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers the sites of Paris. Insignia on the women’s clothing suggests they are from the Red Cross.
Places visited include Notre Dame cathedral, a museum, a park, the Eiffel Tower. During the excursion a building with sandbags stacked up around it to protect it from bombing is pointed out. The soldiers climb into the back of a truck, with some saluting as they board.
Reference number F245805
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Place of Production UNITED KINGDOM
Production company New Zealand Official War Film / Pathe Gazette
Camera: [Charles D Barton ]
Related Link British Pathe catalogue details