Admiralty Board Meeting 1964

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    Location: Trafalgar Square, London, England / Great Britain

    BGV. of the Admiralty across Horseguards. GV. Exterior of Citadel in The Mall. GV. Exterior section of Admiralty that houses the board room. MS. Admiralty flag flying on top.

    MS. Painting in Admiralty of Nelson after the Battle of the Nile, by Leonardo Guzzardi. VS. Ancient letters from past monarchs. CU. Wind indicator over fireplace in board room. MS. Weather vane on roof.

    VS. Members of the board enter boardroom and take their seats and start their meeting.

    CU. Painting of the Battle of Trafalgar. CU. Bust of Nelson. GV. Looking up Whitehall towards Trafalgar Square.

    VS. At meeting in boardroom under the 1st Lord, Lord Jellicoe. The meeting is to say that they will not be known as the Board of the Admiralty, but the Admiralty Board. Also some of the Admiralty history is told.

    (Orig. Neg.) (Magnetic track available)

    Note: The paperwork includes a penned note of those attending the meeting.

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    Cataloguer:
    Matt
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    Black & White
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    Mute
    Media URN:
    88928
    Sort Number:
    UN 3880 C
    Time in/Out:
    01:12:41:00 / 01:21:26:00
    Canister:
    UN 3880 C
    Film ID:
    3165.10
    Issue Date:
    1964
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