General George Marshall Speaks Before The… 1949

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MS. General George Marshall American Secretary of State seated with others round table. CU. Marshal speaking before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. (2 shots). "The only solution I see is to establish a firm front and the more resolute the front the more effective it will be....

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Cataloguer:
Agnew
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
67889
Sort Number:
UN 2166 C
Time in/Out:
01:24:38:00 / 01:26:02:00
Canister:
UN 2166 C
Film ID:
2509.07
Issue Date:
1949

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