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March of Time -- outtakes -- Finnish refugee children; US embassy; Propaganda; Smashed windows

Film | Accession Number: 2001.358.1 | RG Number: RG-60.3004 | Film ID: 2386

1021 VVV (09:26:42): Finnish Refugee Children at Falun, Dalecarlia, September 1944. Finnish refugee children's home at Falun. General view of home. Children dancing in small circle. CUs, children. CU, young matron of home. CU, small Finnish child. LS, children on lawn in front of the house, running into the house. CU, Finnish boy sitting on steps.

1021 parts of AA and ZZZ (09:28:45):
AA: Various EXT shots of building of "general interest" to MOT cameramen, including the American Embassy in Stockholm, the American Legation, and a Nazi building. Shots of entrances and signs. INT, Press Department with Karl Jensen, Chief of Press Department. Jensen reviewing propaganda material: papers and photographs. Man brings him additional material. CUs, Jensen and secretary taking notes. CU, Jensen dictating. Views over Jensen's shoulder looking at propaganda material on desk. Collection of booklets and propaganda material on table. Wireless receiving room, operator at work.

ZZZ: January 7, 1945. (some scenes shot in studio) LS, street scene (Kungsgatan), storefront with windows smashed. Motorists, bicyclists, and civilians pass in FG. Civilians reading posters - German and British propaganda in the windows. CU, smashed window. CU, propaganda. CU, "Mein Kampf" with shards of glass. CUs, signs with broken glass.

Genre
Outtake
Duration
00:08:18
Event Date
September 1944 to January 7, 1945
Locale
Stockholm, Sweden
Language
Mute
Genre/Form
Outtakes.
Credit
Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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