News In A Nutshell 1935

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Southsea Common, Hampshire
Foreign Office, London

News in a Nutshell titles. The Navy celebrates King George V 70th birthday with a ceremonial parade of officers and warships from the Portsmouth command. WS. Saluting base on Southsea Common as the Union flag is raised.

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Cataloguer:
Bond
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
11057
Sort Number:
35/045
Time in/Out:
01:11:02:00 / 01:12:29:00
Canister:
35/45
Film ID:
829.05
Issue Date:
06/06/1935

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