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The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Behind the Scenes at French Ghq

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
548A
Date Released
7 Dec 1939
Date submitted
1939
Date submitted
4 Dec 1939
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Christmas Prelude from New York
  2. 2The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Early Christmas for Evacuated Kids
  3. 3The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Behind the Scenes at French Ghq
  4. 4The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: U-Boat Prisoners Smile on England
  5. 5The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Russia’s "Secret Weapon" Fails
  6. 6The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: The King in France
  7. 7The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell: Lighter Moments with the BEF - VI Loraine Comes Back

Story

Story No. within this Issue
3 / 7
Section Title
The War Time Situation at Home and Abroad Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Inside French HQ. DESCRIPTION: Movietone looks at the work going on at French General Headquarters, including the interrogation of a German prisoner. SHOTLIST: Maps and photographs are inspected and a German prisoner is questioned.
Keywords
Buildings and structures; Prisoners of war; Military
Footage sources
France
Card file number
37876
Credits:
Commentator
Leslie Mitchell
Length of story (in feet)
43
Story extras:

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