Harold Macmillan Leaves For Paris 1954

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    London airport.

    Macmillan leaves for Paris.

    MS Group of newsreel cameras LS John Parsons showing Harold Macmillan to a chair. CU Macmillan being interviewed. Interviewer says 'I understand you are going to Paris for a meeting on NATO' Macmillan says 'Yes, and it will be the first time I have attended such a meeting and of course it is a very interesting time to go, because first to see what is a wonderful example of international co-operation, and secondly because this meeting looks like being a really historical meeting.' John Parsons says 'Mr. Macmillan what will be the subject of the Agenda.' Macmillan "Well I think as everyone knows the main subject is the admission of Western Germany into the NATO Organisation. J.P. Sir, how do you think the discussions will go. Macmillan 'Well I think they will go very well, and if I may say so, I think they will go all the better because of the great contribution which Gt. Britain has decided to make by keeping four divisions on the Continent.'

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    Cataloguer:
    Agnew
    Stock:
    Black & White
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    78467
    Sort Number:
    UN 2684 C
    Time in/Out:
    01:48:08:00 / 01:49:38:00
    Canister:
    UN 2684 C
    Film ID:
    2634.15
    Issue Date:
    1954
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