Canadian Loan To France 1946

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    Signing the Canadian loan to France in the Finance Minister's Office in Ottawa. Canada.

    MS J L Ilsey, Minister of Finance, signing the loan agreement. MS as Count Jean de Hauteclocque, French Ambassador to Canada, signs for France. MS's Mr Ilsey and Count de Hauteclocque shaking hands. MS group posing behind desk. Various shots as they sign second document. Various shots as they shake hands.

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    British Pathé
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    01:38:07:00 / 01:41:03:00
    UN 1389 C
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    UN 1389 C
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