The Siberian Intervention during the World War I era. Czech legion and Japanese troops at Trans Siberian Railway.
Russia Date:1918 Duration:3 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Intervention by Entente Powers in Siberia, Russia during World War 1 era. Activities of Czech Legions and Japanese Imperial troops, who had been dispatched as part of a larger effort by Western forces to support the White Russian forces against the Bolshevik Red Army . Czech Legion troops drilling in various settings. Japanese troops drilling in formation on railroad platform, and then at attention with rifles and fixed bayonets. Japanese Army forces in uniform marching with a band in front ot the train station building on Trans Siberian rail line. Czech flag flying over the train station complex. People coming and going at front of station and some crossing tracks at railroad platform. Czech Legion barracks with wood stacked nearby. Czech Legion train with military vehicles and supplies loaded on it.
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