King George VI And Truman At Plymouth 1945

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    Plymouth

    King George VI standing on deck of battleship, guns in background. Train arriving at Plymouth station. King, Mayor of Plymouth and dignitaries walking along quay. King steps onto royal barge. Barge moving, docks in background. Long shots of Plymouth from barge. Several shots of battleships at sea. King arriving to American battleship USS Augusta. Various shots of the King and American President Harry Truman posing to photographers, talking, meeting officers etc. King leaving battleship and boarding a barge. Several shots of the King on the barge. More shots of the battleships, most British. More shots of the King and President Truman posing to cameras, talking inspecting the battleship and troops, talking to officers etc. King onboard ship with Union Jack flying in background. Several shots of British battleship at sea.

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
    62717
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2062.12
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    Black & White
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    00:06:39:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:33:59:00 / 01:40:38:00
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    UN 1293 A
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    UN 1293 A
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    British docks Royal barge Andrew 45-48 Plymouth
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