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March of Time -- outtakes -- Presidium of Parliament in Belgrade; Committee meeting

Film | Accession Number: 1994.119.1 | RG Number: RG-60.0985 | Film ID: 917

General view of the former Royal Palace, now Presidium of Parliament. General view of the courtyard in the middle of which is a candelabra, a remnant of the Kara Georgevich time. Same shot from another angle. Various shots of the Parliament (EXT) taken from the building opposite. In the Parliament, a meeting of the Committee for Peace Defense. Several general views. LS, MS, CUs of Milovan Djilas, secretary of the Communist Party. LS, MS, CUs of Petar Stambolic, President of the Serbian Government. LS, MS, CUs of Cedomir Minderovic, a writer and secretary of the Committee. CU sign behind President's seat: the Yugoslav Republic's Emblem, five flames, five states, with the date of the Yugoslav constitution (29 November 1934). President speaking. Several CUs of listeners while President speaks; among them are representatives of Orthodox and Catholic churches. LS audience applauding. LS, MS, CUs Antun Avsamovic, Bishop of Clakow speaking. Applause following Bishop's speech. Ervin Sinko speaks. LSs of audience. LS President. Another shot of speaker Ervin Sinko. End speech with audience applauding. MS, CU Gen. Col. Peko Devicevic talking with two other Yugoslavs during the pause. CU of the plates outside the Presidence of Council building, right and left from entry door in four languages: Slovene, Macedonian, Serb, and Croat, reading: Popular Federative Republic of Yugoslavia. LS entrance of same building with peasant women passing by. General view of the building with buses and cars passing. CU of plate at entrance door of Ministry of Foreign Affairs. General view of the same with cars and buses passng. Another shot of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with traffic and policeman. Several shots of the head office of the Communist Party wth inscription in Latin and Cyrillic.

Film Title
Tito, New Ally?
Event:  1950
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 21:56:22
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