Czechoslovak Legion troops in Siberia during World War I.
Siberia Russia Date:1918 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Czechoslovak Legion troops quartered in railroad cars on railroad sidings at a depot on the Trans Siberian Railway, during World War I. The Czechoslovakian troops exit from their rail cars and begin assembling. They pose with a large Czech flag. Former White Russian General Mikhail Dieterichs (Diterikhs), now Commander of the Czech Legion in Siberia, poses with some of his staff. An officer orders troops into formation and marches them away from the train depot, shouldering rifles with fixed bayonets. Cavalry and horse drawn artillery wagons begin to move out as well.
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