Celebrations of Patron Saint Ferdinand by Nationalist and Falangist Spanish citizens in Tangier, Morocco
Tangier Morocco Date:1938, May 29 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
During the Spanish Civil War, children celebrating on field of Italian School in Tangier, as Italy was celebrating Spanish Day on the same day as Nationalist Spain celebrates Patron Saint Ferdinand. Flags flying on athletic fields. View of school building as children are dismissed and stream out of the school building happily. The school children gather and smile and wave fists in the air. View of the Nationalist and Falangist Headquarters building in Tangier, with electrified five part sign on it reading, "Arriba Espana Saludo A Franco." Views of parades on rooftops, as the revelers are not allowed to demonstrate in the streets. View of pedestrians and cars in the streets of Tangier. A falangist gathering is held out front of the headquarters building. Dr. Avierno, on behalf of Franco, is present at the celebration. A young boy wearing a paramilitary uniform reads a statement to Dr. Avierno. All salute. Boy and Avierno are wearing the yolk and arrows symbol of the Falangist movement. Close up views of Avierno and a woman beside him.
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