Thomas Blamey / State Funeral / Australia / 1951

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Commercial usage

  • Copyright: Cleared, included
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Stock Video Details

Length
00:11
Recording format
35mm
Video norm
576p25 (25fps)
Aspect ratio
4:3
Recorded
1951
Sound
Category
Archival Footage
Level
Superior

Stock Video Description

Synopsis

Melbourne The Shrine of Remembrance, More than 304,000 people watched the State funeral of the late Field-Marshal Sir Thomas Blamey as it passed from the Shrine of Remembrance, Soldiers march in the street.

Clip theme

Mourners People Curious Onlooker Personality Adult

Activity

Condoling Funeral Procession Funeral Service Climbing Stairs Walking On Stairs Saying Goodbye Queue Cueing Waiting Walking Moving (Motion)

Recording location

Melbourne Victoria (Australia) Australia Australia-Oceania

Further content information

Shrine of Remembrance Shrine Place of Worship Religion Thomas Blamey Field Marshal Officer (Millitary) Military Personnel Army (Military) State Funeral Funeral Religious Festival Festival (Feast) Australian Soldier Soldier Compassion Feeling War Memorial Monument Grief Feeling AYTR CMP Crowd Group of People Group Sacred Structure Historical Footage Day

Camera settings used in this stock video

Shot on Film Sequence Special Visualisation
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