Armoured cars at Aleppo
|Title||Armoured cars at Aleppo|
|Place made||Syria: North Syria, Aleppo|
|Date made||October 1918|
|Measurement||8 min 8 sec|
|Video||Download video 47.32 MB|
The 1st Australian Light Car Patrol under Captain E H James with armoured cars entering Aleppo (Halep), after Lieutenant MacIntyre, light car patrol had crossed to the Turkish lines to compel the surrender of the garrison. The Hadjaz (Hejaz) regular troops followed and took over guard duties of the town. General views of Aleppo, the clock tower, the railway station and the railway track dividing to Constantinople and Baghdad.
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