President Poincaré reviews Polish Regiments raised in France, during World War I.
France Date:1917, June Duration:57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
President Poincaré and other officials attend the official commissioning of Polish Regiments (Blue Armyh) raised in France, during World War 1. Polish troops stand in formation with their respective unit colors. A Catholic Priest blesses the Polish units and sprinkles holy water. (Some falls on a small dog standing nearby, causing it to move away.) Polish Commanders of the units stand in center of a field and raise their hands in sign of allegiance, and troops do the same . Officials walk on the field. Polish Soldiers lower their flags, in salute, as they pass. Mounted Polish artillery units, followed by cavalry, pass in review before the President and officials.
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