British War Cabinet At No 10 1944

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Various shots of the members of Colonial War Cabinet (presumably) posing in the garden for photographs.

Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, General Smuts (leader of South Africa), Herbert Morrison, Ernest Bevin and other men posing.

Several shots of Winston Churchill,...



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UN 0887 C
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01:28:35:00 / 01:37:10:00
UN 887 C
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