Malaya - Countess Visits Red Cross 1953

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    Kuala Lumpur, Malaya

    SCU. Countess of Limerick (Angela Olivia) Vice Chairman of the British Red Cross Society descending steps of aircraft and is greeted by official in pouring rain. LV. Back view, Lady Templer walking across to greet Countess. CU. Lady Templer shaking hands with Countess. GV. Selangor Red Cross cadets on parade. SV. Towards, Countess walking along ranks, shakes hands with Malay cadet officer. CU. Two girl cadets. SV. Countess shaking hands with Miss Jane Templer, cadet officer of the Malay girls college. CU. Cadet holding banner "Serve One Another." SV.GV. Two girls doing sword type dance. SV. Countess and officials applauding. TV.SV. Cadets doing dance. CU. Countess.

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