Glubb Pasha Flies Home 1956

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    Jordan & London Airport.

    Glubb Pasha, British Commander of the Arab Legion for quarter of a century, is sacked by King Hussein of Jordan - bringing to head a Middle East crises that has been simmering for months. SCU. Plane gangway. General Glubb just coming down steps of plane. SCU. Glubb at bottom of steps of plane gangway, talking to various people. His adopted Arab daughter Naomi is with him. SCU General Glubb walking away from plane, two young girls behind him and surrounded by various people. CU. Car past camera and panning with Glubb sitting in front passenger seat. LV. & SCU. Glubb Pasha (Lieutenant-General John Bagot Pasha) and aid walking along road talking, waiting for King Hussein to arrive. The place is Amman. LV. King's car arriving. Panning into SCU. Glubb Pasha and aid walking towards the car. SV. Group of locals watching. CU. King Hussein and Glubb Pasha talking by roadside. SV. King Hussein and Glubb Pasha and group of officials. CU. King and Glubb talking by roadside. SCU. King and Glubb talking by roadside, King getting back into car. CU. Warrior - Arab Legion man. LV. & SCU. Parade of Arab Legion cavalry coming up road passing King. SCU. King on stand taking salute, and saluting back. LV. Infantry passing King.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    08/03/1956
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    31536
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    571.19
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:03:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:24:09:00 / 01:25:12:00
    Canister:
    56/20
    Sort Number:
    56/020
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