Footage of Anzacs touring around Paris.
Anzacs sight seeing in Paris.
World War One. Anzacs sightseeing in Paris in spring of 1918 despite threat of 'Big Bertha'. This shows a group of soldiers visiting various sites in the city. Shot of Australian soldiers walking up steps toward camera; park in BG. Then GV British & Anzacs stand looking at Notre Dame cathedral from outside - the cathedral looks massive which it is -- a part of it makes up the entire BG of the shot. Soldiers crossing street; toward cam.
Crowd in art museum -- many soldiers; looks like a few American soldier/tourists also; also 'Locals' including young boy in long butcher's apron; and some other boys too; an old Asian-featured woman in a fur coat walks past in FG; in BG a woman tour leader points at wood carvings hung on wall. Then more street scene: soldiers crossing street; also some civilians; man points out camera to soldiers; British Army truck going by; soldiers on the truck wave.