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Title:CANADIAN JOURNALISTS AT BRAMSHOT AND WITLEY [Main Title]
Film Number:IWM 274
Summary: Patchy film of leading Canadian journalists visiting the Canadian Training Division at Bramshot and Witley, near Aldershot, July 1918.
Description: The divisional commander, Brigadier-General F S Meighan, shows the journalists around the training area. (Very broken film, extremely hard to follow.) The men are engaged in various kinds of training: a trench system, a boxing match, a battalion marchpast, making wire entanglements, Lewis machine gun exercises and bayonet practice.
Production Details: Ministry of Information (Production sponsor)
Woods-Taylor, G (Production individual)
Personalities, Units and Organisations: Meighan, F S (person)
Canadian Army, Canadian Expeditionary Force (regiment/service)
Canadian Army, Div, Training (regiment/service)
Keywords: delegations, Canadian national - informative (object name)
training, Canadian military (object name)
journalism and record, British - press (object name)
journalism and record, Canadian - press (object name)
GB, England & Aldershot area, Hants <Bramshot & Witley> (geography)