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    Exclusive and graphic pictures show re-arming of Turkish army, now trained on up to minute lines.

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    ANKARA, TURKEY: GV military college for officers at Ankura. LV statue of "Ataturk" outside college, Turk soldier guarding it. CU statue of "Ataturk," outside College. GTV cadets marching pst statue of "Ataturk." GV cadets marching led by Military band. CU conductor of band. SV travel shot of Military cadets marching. CU feet marching. LV Military cadets gathered round instructor with machine gun. SV instructor with machine-gun. CU instructor with machine-gun. SV Military cadets looking at mortar. CU Military cadets looking at mortar. LV Military cadets and instructor with tank. CU tank showing guns moving. GTV Airforce men linedup. SV Airforce men being inspected by Airforce officer. CU pan Airforce types lined up. SV Airforce men being inspected. CU Airforce men in different type of squashed caps.

    LV Airforce men going into Airforce College. INT. LV Airforce men receiving instructions in morse. SV instructor with key. STV Airforce men listening in cubicles. CUBV Airforceman writing out message. CU Airforce type with earphones. SV Airgunners receiving instructions on gun. CU airgunner receiving instructions on gun. EXT.GV Airforce men receiving instructions on planes. SV Airforce instructor and plane engine. CU plane engine. LV Airforce men standing on plane receiving instructions. CU Airforce instructor pointing into cockpit. LV Military, Airforce and Naval officers entering staff college. INT. side view men saluting Colonel. Pan INT. with sand map to Colonel with pointer. CU Colonel with pointer. LV Naval officers standing round sand map. SV Naval officers making notes. CU pointer and sand map.

    LV Naval officers seated round table on which there are model ships. SV Naval officers seated with maps and looking at model ships. STV model ships before and after screen on table. LV Naval instructor takes screen away. SV Naval officer puts cotton wool near model ships. GV Naval men lined up on field for a course of Military training. SV Naval officers being inspected by Military officer. CU Naval insignia on arm. CU spurs on Naval officer's boots. LV naval men mounting horses. GV Naval men on horses moving forward. SV pan Naval men on horses past camera. GV troops in trenches.SV Military officer looking through glasses pan down to map. GV troops run and fall to ground. CU Military officer shouting orders. SV soldiers fixing bayonets. LV soldiers get up and run. SV soldiers firing machine gun. CU pan soldiers firing rifles. GV Cavalry on horizon. CU Cavalry leader moves off for charge. GV Cavalry leader starts charging. FV travel shot Cavalry charging. General side view Cavalry charging. CU travel shot Cavalry charging. GV flame throwers and men crawling forward. SV flame thrower. Pan from one flame-thrower to another and men in trenches. SV flame-thrower. TV Reserve officers lined up to take oath. LV Reserve officers walk to table. SV officer reading out oath. Pan of officers repeating oath. Low angle shot officers repeating oath. LV Pres. of the Turkish Parliament, Bay Abduhalik Renda, giving officer certificate. CU Renda gives certificate to officer. SV officers walking away with certificates. CU certificate. GV "Ataturk" memorial and town.

    SV wreath, two Turkish soldiers in British steel helmets standing beside it. Side view officers lined up. Side view troops lined up in British steel helmets. LV troops in front of statue of "Ataturk." SV statue of "Ataturk." ""

    Military - Active; Personalities - Journalists; Camera Effects; Turkey; World War II (Second World War)
    Background: Exclusive and graphic pictures show re-arming of Turkish army, now trained on up to minute lines.

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    Reuters - British Paramount Newsreel
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