Japan Marks Independence Day 1952

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    American newsreel titles read: 'JAPAN MARKS NEWLY-WON INDEPENDENCE'.

    Imperial Palace, Tokyo.

    L/S of Hirohito and the Empress walking across courtyard. L/S of Hirohito walking onto speaking platform. General view of crowd greeting the Emperor - natural sound as they shout out 'Banzai!' and punch the air. General view panning across crowds in front of the Palace. L/S of Emperor and Empress standing on platform. M/S of raising the Rising Sun Flag. L/S US, UNO and Japanese flags flying at top of building.

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    British Pathé
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    01:26:49:00 / 01:27:30:00
    UN 2436 F
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    UN 2436 F
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    Religion & Politics
    Wartime Japan
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