La Conference Du Desarmement Aka Disarmament… 1932

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    Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown. 1932?

    French title reads: "La Conference Du Desarmement - Geneve- Sir John Simon, Secretaire d'Etat du Foreign Office, expose la these anglaise."
    Geneva, Switzerland. Sir John Simon, British Foreign Secretary, speaking in World Disarmament Conference.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Tardieu, premier delegue de la France, declare que son pays est pret sans conditions a limiter ses armements."
    Andre Tardieu speaking in French about limiting arms. Cutaways to various delegates including the Japanese. Quick CU of sign on building "Maison Internationale. Seige De La Ligue Des Femmes Pour La Paix et la Liberte" Women carry large piles of papers down stairs. They are petitions calling for peace and they have collected 6 million signatures. Women stand outside the conference - some wear armbands which read 'Pax'. Inside the Conference they present their petition.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Titulesco remet une petition neerlandaise" No film follows.
    Intertitle reads: "Lord Robert Cecil au nom nom de l'Union Internationale pour la Societe des Nations."
    Lord Robert Cecil of Chelwood, speaking on behalf of International Federation and League of Nations Societies.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Vandervelde indique 'ce qu exige' l'Internationale ouvriere."
    Mr Vandervelde speaks to the conference.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Jouhaux, secretaire general de la CGT au nom des Travailleurs de tous les pays." Jouhaux, a trade unionist, speaks for workers.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Gibson - delegue american." Mr Gibson, the American delegate speaks in a studio.

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    British Pathé
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    01:00:02:00 / 01:05:02:00
    UN 64 S
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    UN 0064 S
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