Gibraltar Today 1941

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L/S of the rock of Gibraltar. The camera pans across buildings there. M/S of Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, inspecting the Guard of Honour. L/S of soldiers running on beach and over rocks. Prince Henry watches engineers at work laying explosives on railway...



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