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Leeds Jewish ex-Servicemen's and Women's Association at Remembrance Service 1948
Members of the Leeds Branch of Jewish Ex-servicemen and women Association travel to London for the annual Remembrance Service.
Amateur film 1948 8 mins Silent
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In this professionally shot film we travel down to London with the Leeds Association of Jewish Ex-servicemen and women on the Sunday after Remembrance Day. From the station they board specially laid on buses to travel to join the annual parade held to remember and honour the Jewish service personnel who fell in service during the second World War. The crowds are huge and it is a sombre moment as the flags are lowered in respect.
This film is from the collection of Jewish Museum
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