L'ouverture De La 19 Assemblee De La Ste… 1933

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    French title reads: "L'Ouverture De La 19 Assemblee De La Ste. Des Nations A Geneve."
    Introductory intertitle reads: "La situation economique mondiale actuelle donne a cette assemblee un importance considerable."
    Intertitle reads: "M Lerroux. Ministre des Affaires Etrangere d'Espagne et President du Conseil de la Societe des Nations prononce le discours d'ouverture."

    Geneva, Switzerland. Monseuir Lerroux, Spanish Foreign Minister, speaks in French to the gathered meeting. (Is this the League of Nations?) Pan across the meeting hall. Lots of shots of delegates.

    Intertitle reads: "Election pour la Presidence de al 19 Assemblee." An announcement is made about the election of the President of the Assembly.

    Intertitle reads: "M. Titulesco, delegue de la Roumanie, est reelu President de l'Assemblee." The announcement is made of the election result. M Titulesco of Rumania comes to the podium. He takes over the chair.

    Intertitle reads: "Le discours de M Titulesco." Titulesco speaks to the conference.

    Title reads: "Geneve. Le Differend Sino-Japonais devant l'Assemblee extraordinaire de la Societe Des Nations". "Le President, M. Hymans, proclame le resultat du vote." Hymans from Belgium announces the result of a vote about the Sino-Japanese war.

    Intertitle reads: "Le Docteur Yen, delegue de al Chine declare." Dr Yen, the Chinese delegate makes a statement.

    Intertitle reads: "La delegation japonaise quitte Geneve." The Japanese delegates leave Geneva. The are seen at the station with their luggage. They board a train.

    French title reads: "Conference Du Disarmement. Geneve. Extrait de la declaration de M. Nadolny, delegue allemand."

    Geneva, Switzerland.

    Nadolny the German delegate to the Disarmament Conference speaks from the floor.

    Intertitle reads: "M Paul Boncour precise la point devue francais."

    Paul Boncour outlines the French position.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:45:52:00 / 01:54:25:00
    UN 147 G
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    UN 0147 G
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