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Mon May 13, 2013 6:52 pm

Fascinant ! je ne pensais pas voir autant de films sur ce conflit. Il y a une vrai mine d'or dans les archives.

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Thu May 16, 2013 9:45 pm

Orel wrote:I found a couple of more, though a part was already in the original footage posted by Baris.

Novosibirsk, Barnaul, Ob, Irtysh, Miltiary parade in Altai, Prisoner of war camp(1919):

From San Francisco to Vladivostok, Mongolia, Kolchak, Czechs depart

White Omsk:

Interesting ! It is mostly the same films as the one of the French Army website from my first post, BUT at the end, there is a generic with the peoples from the French Ambassy service "Alliance française" who "remix it" and, after all, translate it in Russian.

:sherlock: :sherlock :D ear Watson, we can reach the conclusion that the French ambassy in Russia had the films in its hands ! :sherlock: :sherlock:

Which means that now Parisian AND Moscovite volunteers have a chance to find out the integral 10 miraculous films :)

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