Miniature League Assembly 1925

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    Item title reads - Miniature League Assembly. 700 students hold 3rd Annual Congress and Parliament. Oxford University, Oxfordshire.

    L/S as the camera pans across all the students lined up outside, they get out of their seats and walk away.

    Intertitle - '"The Cabinet" ...... "Prime Minister" .... "and Speaker".'

    M/S as the camera pans across a group of young men and women, who are probably meant to be the cabinet, a man is stood in the middle making a speech from a paper, he is presumably the Prime Minister. C/U of him speaking. M/S of the Speaker wearing a judge's wig and also making a speech.

    M/S as the camera pans across a group of four men.

    Note: there is another version of this item with the same title and footage which is tinted yellow. It is on *PM0386*.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:00:01:00 / 01:01:07:00
    G 1178
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    G 1178
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    Lifestyle & Culture Religion & Politics
    1920s female scholars
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