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Celebration and Christmas ski holiday in early 1941

Film | Accession Number: 2015.360.2 | RG Number: RG-60.1762 | Film ID: 4137

[VQ: some damage at head] MCU, three women playfully tussling and snowball fighting. 00:00:10 The group of friends sign and dance arm-in-arm on a makeshift stage. Pan of people, including a man pointing out his striped pants, a forced laborer or soldier in uniform (possibly), and a couple with white flowers attached to lapel and adorned as a crown. The cameraman throws snow.

00:02:03 Skiing in the mountains. 00:05:52 Title with picture of skiiers and 5-8 January 1941 date, "Christmas 1941 Aleko" (Aleko is the name of a chalet in the Vitosha mountains near the Black Peak; Greek Orthodox Christmas fell on January 7). Skiing and posing on mountainside. 00:10:44 Good MS and CUs of the large group of skiers. 00:16:24 Title with 12 January date, "Radaher and others on the Wall" (Radaher is a family name; the Wall is a skiing resort near Aleko). The friends ski. 00:17:03 Title with 26 January date, "Sham-Koria" (a winter resort in the Rila mountains now called Borovets) with Eva, Lote, Napetov, and Anny. A boy and an older child walk with skis. More skiing.

AGFA 8 1939 [8 distinguishes the film gauge of 8mm].

Genre
Amateur
Duration
00:20:23
Event Date
January-February 1941
Locale
Bulgaria
Language
Silent
Genre/Form
Amateur.
Credit
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Salvator Haim
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Record last modified: 2018-08-08 16:29:06
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