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. Several close up shots of the sailors. Crowd cheering and waving. MS. Back view, Mr Attlee and Lord Hall inspecting sailors on Horse Guards parade. SCU. Mr Attlee and Lord Hall chatting to sailor. Various shots of the sailors parading through the streets of London and crowd watching the parade and waving flags. Sailors lined up for inspection. MS. Elevated back view, Lord Hall with Lord Mayor of London, Sir Frederick Rowlands, and Lieutenant Commander Kerens inspecting ranks of sailors. Sailors walking after inspection.


    Information found in the old record - Cuts 49/92.

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    British Pathé
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    01:57:41:00 / 01:58:54:00
    UN 2200 B
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    UN 2200 B
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