Mr. Strachey Talks About Nuts 1948

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    Full title reads: "MR. STRACHEY TALKS ABOUT NUTS".

    Southampton, Hampshire.

    Marine Airport, Southampton. Sunderland Flying Boat coming in to Marine Airport, landing on water. Man at leavers, pan up to flying boat. Close up shot of Mrs Strachey smiling. Food Minister Mr John Strachey coming down gangway and greeting wife. Mr and Mrs Strachey walking towards camera with Pathe reporter John Parsons. Close up shot of Mr Strachey. John Parsons interviews Strachey on the ground nuts scheme in East Africa (natural sound). Parsons asks about possibilities of emigration to East Africa to farm ground nuts. He answers that there are great opportunities for British people to farm there and at the same time secure the steady supply of products at home.

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    01:11:48:00 / 01:13:08:00
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