London Hails Yangtse Men 1949

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Close up shot of a man, possibly Lieutenant Commander Kerens, marching in parade.

MS. Britain's Prime Minister Mr Clement Attlee, Lord Hall First Lord of the Admiralty, accompanied by Lieutenant Commander Kerens, inspecting officers of the 'Amethyst' on House Guards Parade....



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