Thomas Masaryk and the Czecho-Slovak military mission from Siberia visiting in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1917 Duration:18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Czechoslovakian military mission from Siberia visiting in Washington DC during World War I. Professor Thomas Masaryk, Commander in Chief of the Army of Czechoslovakia (and later President of Czechoslovakia), seen on a Washington DC sidewalk with two other officers. A man comes, talks to them and goes away. Masaryk's party waves, turns and walks away. Streetcar passes by in the distance. Slate indicates they are in Washington DC to inform President Wilson about the Siberian Russia conditions.
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