And Now Hear Mr Baldwin 1931

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    Title missing - not listed in issue sheet. Sound starts before picture.

    LS of Mr Stanley Baldwin addressing Conservative Party meeting about the nature of the National Government. Neville Chamberlain is sitting beside him. Austen Chamberlain is on the other side.

    Sound runs out.

    Intertitle reads: "Sir John Simon will speak to you in our next edition."

    This may well be the missing item from 31/82 titled 'And Now hear Mr Baldwin'.

    Spelling for search purposes: Austin Chamberlin.

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    31/095 ?
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    01:18:03:00 / 01:19:44:00
    31/95 ?
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