Henry Wallace Interview 1946

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    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.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:21:09:00 / 01:22:05:00
    UNSO Reel 090
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    UNSO 090
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