French Government - Henri Queille's 1948

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    Elysee Palace, Paris, France

    M.S. Henri Queille, new Premier, arriving at the Elysee Palace. Badgered by pressmen. S.C.U. Rene Mayer, Minister of Labour & Social Security arriving. S.C.U. Rene Mayer leaving the building. S.C.U. (2 shots) Jules Moch, Minister of the Interior. S.C.U. Queille surrounded by pressmen. Speaking into mike. & C.U. S.C.U. Queille speaking to reporters. S.CU. Queille getting into car. S.C.U. Robert Schumann standing in hallway. M.S.(3 ) Schumann walking into the interior of building. MS. Edouard Herriot (President of the National Assembly) arriving. S.C.U. Herriot leaving. Gets into car. M.S. Henri Queille alighting from car and walking up steps. S.C.U. He chats to reporters as he leaves. S.C.U. He gets back into his car. M.S. Group of workers assembled near the Elysee Palace. A delegation from them was received by the President. L.S. Workers gathered in street. Some give Communist salute (5 shots). L.M.S. (2) Workers listening to one of their number reporting on his meeting with the President. He is seen standing on a lamp post.

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    Note: another story has a variant spelling of Queille as Quieulle.

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    Cataloguer:
    Jane
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    Black & White
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    67339
    Sort Number:
    UN 1998 C
    Time in/Out:
    01:23:03:00 / 01:26:15:00
    Canister:
    UN 1998 C
    Film ID:
    2471.10
    Issue Date:
    1948
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