Eastern terminal of the Trans-Siberian Railway, and pedestrians and traffic on streets of Vladivostok, Russia, in World War I.
Vladivostok Russia Date:1918 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The central railroad station in Vladivostok, Siberia, Russia, during the Allied Intervention there in World War 1. People are going about their business. Horse-drawn wagons move on the street and people leave and enter the train station. A group of American soldiers stands on the building steps, along with several Czech troops. Next, the American soldiers are no longer seen, and men, women, and children are seen in front of the station building and crossing the street. Scene shifts to a funeral procession making its way along Svetlanskaya street. The coffin is carried in an elaborate carriage pulled by two horses covered in black blankets. What appear to be Russian Orthodox clergy, lead the way. Men in overcoats and Formal Navy-style hats accompany the cortege. A small group of mourners walk behind. A horse-drawn carriage passes the procession. View along the street shows a tram or streetcar or trolley going uphill followed by a solitary automobile. The street scene is dominated by horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians. A parked car is seen. A group of Bolshevik prisoners walk along the street under White Russian guard. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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