Yugoslav Partisans dance and sing during World War II.
Yugoslavia Date:1944, May 29 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Gathering of Yugoslav partisans having fun, circle dancing on a sunny day, during World War 2. The setting appears to be on a flat rock terrace overlooking the sea (likely the Adriatic) in the background. Men and women partisans, mostly in uniform, join hands and perform circle dances. Others stand around them watching. Individual dancers pass close to the camera, at one point. Then camera focuses on legs and feet only, as they pass. Scene shifts to several men, women, and a boy, singing with an accordianist who plays in their midst. Others watch and listen, behind them. The chorus grows wider with more taking part in the singing. White rocky cliffs are in the background along with a stone house.
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