Moscow Conference 1946

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    Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union (USSR).

    The Foreign Ministers of Great Britain, France and America arrive in Moscow for a conference.

    LS. Moscow railway station. CU. Ernest Bevin, shakes hands with Vyshinsky on arrival at the station.

    A train arriving at station. Georges Bidault, full face close up shot, on arrival. CU. Russian and American flags flying over Moscow Central Airport. MS. George Marshall descending from a plane. CU. George Marshall. CU. George Marshal shakes hands with Vyshinsky. Large group of dignitaries leaving the airport.

    LS. Kremlin. LS. Hotel Moscow where all but the principal delegates stay. LS. The house of the Aviation Industry where the conference is to be held. Flags of the four countries flying outside.

    MS. Georges Bidault, Vyacheslav Molotov, Ernest Bevin and George Marshall posing for photographs.

    Large crowd outside, police pushing the people back. Some good close up shots of the people in the crowd.

    Various shots of the delegates seated at table during the talks. Pressmen seen around taking photographs.

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    Media URN:
    63759
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    Film ID:
    2144.13
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    Duration
    00:01:44:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:37:24:00 / 01:39:08:00
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    UN 1659 F
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    UN 1659 F
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