Aus dem befreiten München 01.01.1919

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Subtitles: Arrival of the stormy welcoming population Government troops image: train of mounted soldiers in the Centre of Munich subheads: "Freikorps Werdenfels". With Green Bush on the hat, the man rushed the player to help.
Image: The marching Corps. The mounted soldiers greet and beckon the audience to intertitles: at the Sendling gate square.
Image: Citizens engage with patrolling soldiers. Soldier carriage pass. Soldiers in the conversation.

Subtitles: "Freikorps Epp" formed and led by the Colonel of EPP, the former Commander of the glorious Regiment of infantry body.
Image: A further attractive through the city Regiment, greeting the crowd. This time also motorized vehicles.

Subtitles: The "Werdenfelser" which were Munich outstanding share in the liberation, left Munich.
Image: The Korp passing of is adopted by the crowd. A train full of frantic soldiers loops the station.

Intertitles: A ride through the Hackerbrücke.
Image: The same train; the soldiers wave at people on the bridge.

Subtitles: Welcome by the Mayor in Weilheim.
Image: Mayor is on the train and greets the soldiers, the soldiers salute back.

Subtitles: acceptance speech of a participant.
Photo: Man speaks in costume with mug in hand. Then drink the soldiers at the station.

Topics

Weimarer Republik; München; Weimar - erste deutsche Demokratie

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Title:

Aus dem befreiten München

Country of Origin:
Deutsches Reich (bis 1945)

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Production:
01.01.1919 - 01.12.1919

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