Czech Legion troops unload Red Cross supplies from railroad cars in Siberia during World War One
Siberia Russia Date:1918 Duration:2 min 26 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Czech Legion troops in Vladivostok Siberia, during World War I. Opening scene shows a damaged railroad boxcar tilted on its side at a rail yard. Its wheels are broken. Snow and scrap materials have been piled beside it (likely to keep it from collapsing). Czech Legion soldiers appear to be using it as shelter. Change of scene shows American and Czech soldiers at a headquarters where the entrance is flanked by the American and Czech flags. Two women are speaking with the soldiers at the gateway. Closeup of the two women posing with two Czech soldiers and several Americans. Closeup of four American soldiers posing with two Czech Legionnaires, (one all in furs). Czech soldiers offloading supplies from railroad freight cars. Closeup of large boxes labeled with red crosses. Czech military medics loading the Red Cross supplies and blankets onto horse drawn wagons. View from fast moving train of snowy landscape outside the window. white smoke and steam from locomotive (unseen) passes the window. View of a train moving through snow covered landscape.
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