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Title:LITTLE ENTENTE CONFERENCE AT VERSAILLES [Allocated Title]
Film Number:IWM 1042
Summary: Czech film of the Little Entente conference at Versailles, France, to ratify the borders of Hungary, June 1920.
Description: Men of the Hungarian delegation arrive at Versailles, pose for the camera and go into the Château de Madrid. Handbills for the conference are printed at a machine. Three Rumanian delegates, Cantacuzino, Ghika and Brediceanu, confer at a table, being joined by Pelivan and Titulescu. The full Rumanian delegation confers together, consulting documents and changing places. The delegation includes, as well as those mentioned, Antonide, Caracostea, Neculcea, Serban and Raut. Seen next are the Yugoslav delegates, also debating between themselves at a table. They are named as Pasic, Trumbic, Zolger, Radovic, Rybar, Karovic, Pavlovic, Ehrlich, Jaksic, Jovanovic and Fotic. The chief Czech delegate, Osusky, is seen working at his desk. He is joined by delegate Navak, then is shown in conference with delegates Braf and Krno, then with the group of delegates including also Kallab, Klir, Chotek and Krbec. At part of the conference the Rumanian, Yugoslav and Czech delegates confer together, representative of the Little Entente ("Male Dohody"). Meanwhile the Hungarian delegate inspects a French guard of honour outside Grand Trianon, while other delegates arrive. In the Hall of Mirrors the treaty agreeing to the new borders of Hungary is signed, after which the delegates pose for the camera. The signed treaty is shown in close-up.