NATO Defence Chiefs Conference 1950

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    NATO Defence Chiefs Conference. Brompton Road, London.

    MS NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) Defence Chiefs arriving at Territorial Army Headquarters in Brompton Road. Sentries salute. LS car drawing up. MS Occupant of car alights and enters. Mores shots of cars arriving. LS delegates assembling around table. C/U of delegate looking in is despatch case. LS and GV's of conference (3 shots). SCU Marshals Elliott and Slessor (U.K.) and Admiral Sherman (U.S.). MS Delegates. CU and MS Delegates (2 shots) CU Sign - 'Conference' - pan to people entering. SCU Delegates arriving (2 shots).

    CU A Sergeant saluting. SCU Delegates alighting from car. SCU Sign - 'Conference' - pan up to delegates, entering. MS Delegates entering. MS Pan from map to 4 delegates L to R. Col. Van Mijmatten (Holland) Major General Roda (Italy) Major General SB. Rawlins, Captain Di Frigati Sioppa (Italy.) CU Three of the group. CU Pan round of Major General Dewing Lieutenant Colonel G.F. Pinder and Col. J.A. Sawyer. (U.S.A.).

    CU Sawyer's shoulder flashes pan up to his face pan to Pinder. CU Major General Dewing. LS and MS. Delegates around conference table (2 shots). MS Nameplate - 'Major General A Roda. MS Another nameplate. MS Various shots of conference ( 3 shots) MS Map on wall pan down to delegates at table. CU Delegates.

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
    68213
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2535.06
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    Black & White
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    00:03:39:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:20:51:00 / 01:24:30:00
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    UN 2315 B
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    UN 2315 B
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