|Measurement||7 min 31 sec|
|Object type||To be confirmed|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London, United Kingdom: Scotland, Glasgow, United States of America: New York|
First World War, 1914-1918
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[Extracts from the Pathe Gazette, 1918]
Extracts from the Pathe Gazette circa 1918. 1. London: American sailors and soldiers practise baseball in the Strand. 2. Tunbridge Wells: recruiting procession of women workers for the land. 3. Southend bombed by leaflets. 4. Chalkwell Park: Canadians vs Shoeburyness Garrison Artillery (soccer). 5. Sergeant Gourley VC honoured. 6. Glasgow: the 'Black squad' welcome the Prince of Wales. 7. London: death of the famous Nationalist leader Mr John Edward Redmond on 6 March 1918. 8. New York: civilians of five months ago are now trained for victory. 9. Glasgow: the Prince of Wales shipbuilder, His Royal Highness visits the Glydeside. 10. Lanark: great show and sale of Clydesdale horses. 11. London: launch of model fleet in Trafalar Square.
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