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A Journey To Normandy

Clip #: TFA-156C
Length: 10:47
Year: 1938
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Travelogue from 1938 of towns and historic sites along the French Normandy coast. Extensive footage of the port town of Le Havre (which would be heavily bombed during WWII) with ocean liners arriving to the port, vistas of the city, and 1930s old European street scenes. Resort towns such as...

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Historic Sites And Resorts Along The Normandy Coast

Clip #: AD-20
Length: 10:35
Year: 1938
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Travelogue from 1938 of towns and historic sites along the French Normandy coast. Includes footage of castles and churches, village street scene, and small town market places. Footage of the resort towns of Trouville and Deauville with people relaxing on the beach and at the racetrack. ...

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Old Towns of Normandy

Clip #: AD-21-2
Length: 11:03
Year: 1938
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Travelogue from 1938 of towns and historic sites along the French Normandy coast. Cathedrals and religious ceremonies in towns along the River Seine, such as Fecamp, Rouen, Les Andelys, and Lisieux.

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The Blue Coast

Clip #: TFA-336B
Length: 10:39
Year: 1935
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Quaint towns and resorts along the French Riviera.

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En Normandie

Clip #: TFA-192C
Length: 17:40
Year: 1958
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
a french educational film about the Normandy region of France

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Top Liner

Clip #: TFA-68A
Length: 20:34
Year: 1948
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1940s
Description:
A tour of the ocean liner R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth as it docks in Southhampton after a transatlantic voyage

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People of the Mediterranean

Clip #: AD-64-2
Length: 07:38
Year: 1933
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A trip through Mediterranean ports on the SS Columbus in 1933

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Ocean Liner Rex Leaving NYC

Clip #: TFA-320Q
Length: 2:27
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Italian ocean liner SS Rex departs New York City in the 1930s.

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Burning of S.S. Normandie

Clip #: TFA-33E
Length: 3:18
Year: 1942
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1940s
Description:
News story on burning of S.S. Normandie oceanliner in 1942

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The Riviera, Nice and its Environs

Clip #: TFA-161C
Length: 8:14
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
Nice, its harbor and beaches, LS casino through trees, PAN across city, urban, beach, harbor, cityscape, pier jetty, Nizza, Mediterranean, Alpes Maritimes,Cote d'Azur, Bair des Anges, French Riviera Casino, palm trees, Promenade des Anglais, pedestrians, strollers, tree lined street, cars,...

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