Henry Wallace Interview 1946

Star Item
  • Add to Favourites
  • View as stills
  • Description

    Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

    Washington DC, United States of America (USA).

    M/S of Henry Wallace, American Secretary of Commerce, running up steps pursued by news reporters. C/U of Wallace. He reads out his own letter of resignation and then signs it before the cameras. Wallace resigned having criticised Britain and suggested more peaceful relations with USSR. MV Wallace outside the White House.

    Possibly connected with 46/77 - MD. Very Poor Sound - Neg Sound - MD.

  • Tags

  • Data

    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    Media URN:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:21:09:00 / 01:22:05:00
    UNSO Reel 090
    Sort Number:
    UNSO 090
  • Appears in...

    Religion & Politics
  • Stills

Comments (0)

We always welcome comments and more information about our films.

All posts are reactively checked. Libellous and abusive comments are forbidden.

Add your comment

To post a comment, please Register or to add a comment
24 January 2015 marks 50 years since the death of British Prime Minister and international statesman, Sir Winston Churchill. British Pathé’s cameras followed Churchill throughout his career.
If you are a media professional and have seen some footage or stills you wish to include in your production, please contact us.
2014 marks 100 years since the start of World War One. To honour this landmark occasion, British Pathé have launched this definitive collection of WW1 films.

Related Videos

Girls Of The Wheel Brigade Herne Hill

Girls Of The Wheel Brigade Herne Hill

Lyons Corner House waitresses have a cycling race - they wear their uniforms.

Their Opposite Number

Their Opposite Number

General Nogues and French military cadets visit the cadets of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich.

Horse Show At Olympia

Horse Show At Olympia

Opening day at the International Horse Show at Olympia Arena, London.

In The Van!  Filmed At Stamford Bridge, London

In The Van! Filmed At Stamford Bridge, London

An athletics meet for girls who work in laundries.

Can You Beat It!

Can You Beat It!

Plympton's 188 year old fire engine is still going strong.

Petrol Destroying Device

Petrol Destroying Device

Ireland's Home Guard show us a simple way to destroy petrol reserves.

Needlework De Luxe

Needlework De Luxe

Embroidery designs seen at an exhibition of needlework past and present.

World News - San Francisco

World News - San Francisco

A hospital ship is rammed near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January each year. These images from Auschwitz and Belsen help to remember the horrors of the Holocaust.
The images taken from inside Buchenwald Concentration Camp after its Liberation show us what it was like; it tells us what happened and forces us to remember.
As Britain commemorates the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death, here are Pathé's iconic images of the wartime leader.
British Pathe captured many extraordinary events on film over its 80 year history but sometimes the cameras were switched on when tragedy struck.
Franz Reichelt
The great politician and orator Winston Churchill left behind a sea of humourous quips and discerning quotes. We remember some of his finest epigrams and witty ripostes.
10 telling images selected from British Pathé's extensive WWI footage. 'The war to end all wars' was a war without parallel: over 70 million military personnel were involved and over 17 million people died.
There are some people who saw their mortality as really rather funny. Here are 12 of the best epitaphs.
Verbal warfare at its best. Here are some of history's greatest retorts and snarling insults. These people certainly didn't mince their words!
She may never have given a press interview but she is still one of the most famous women in the world. Here are 13 surprising facts you may not know about Queen Elizabeth II.