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Title:BASTILLE DAY IN BAYEUX, AND ARRIVAL OF REFUGEES FROM CAEN [Allocated Title]
Film Number:ACB 69
Description: Film of a child sitting on a suitcase; refugees standing near an American truck (in Cathedral precincts); a woman talking to a French officer; refugees and trucks outside the cathedral; a soldier holds a baby, and waves his hand; American trucks are seen in a tricolour-decked shopping street; refugees are helped out of an American truck and their belongings are handed to them; a woman clutches a blanket and suitcase. Resistance soldiers march ceremonially, down the street, towards the cathedral, some are holding banners - they are accompanied by a band.
Production Details: Royal Air Force (Production company)
Baylis, Peter (Production individual)
Eades (Sergeant) (Production individual)
Personalities, Units and Organisations: Free French Forces (regiment/service)
United States Army (regiment/service)
Keywords: celebrations, French - event-related: Bastille Day (object name)
refugees, French military - relocation (object name)
society, French - friendship (object name)
society, United States military - friendship (object name)
Bayeux, Calvados, France (geography)