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Tomorrow it will be Fine

Poland, 1953 (MIFF 1956, Elements)

Director: A. Wawrzyniak

A popular explanation of the way in which weather charts for northern Europe are compiled. Meteorological apparatus is shown in use and its purpose is described.

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