Jacqueline Veuve

Cinéaste et ethnologue (1930-2013)

Genève, le 9 novembre 1932 (Jacqueline Veuve)

Geneva, November 9 1932

Genève, le 9 novembre 1932

Switzerland 1973. 16mm, b/w, 27 min.

Image: Genève, le 9 novembre 1932 

Geneva, November 9 1932. A party of fascist tendency, the Union Nationale set up an assembly to “publicly accuse Messrs. Nicole and Dicker”, two Geneva socialist leaders. When the local Socialist party decided to oppose this provocation, the Geneva Government then had the meeting hall guarded by the police and a group of young draftees, brought along specially from Lausanne. After some incidents, one platoon of inexperienced soldiers fired on the crowd, killing 13 and wounding 65 people.

DirectorJacqueline Veuve
PhotographyErwin Huppert
SoundJean-Pierre Marti
EditingJeanne-Marie Faviez
MusicDoris Mayer (illustration sonore)
CollaboratorsConseiller pédagogique: Philippe Schwed
Duration27 min.
Format16mm, b/w
ProductionCPAV (TVCO, Télévision du cycle d'orientation)
Cycle d'orientation, 15a av.Joli-Mont, CH-1211 Genève
World RightsTVCO
Distribution SwitzerlandCPAV
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