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.

    LS. The saluting base. LS. A battery of 60 pounders naval guns from the Portsmouth Garrison firing. WS. Naval recruits marching past the saluting base. LS. The commander in chief Admiral Sir John Kelly taking the salute. WS. Pan troops. WS. Armoured carriers pulling artillery guns. LS. Armoured carrier and artillery guns passing camera.

    London: Joachim Von Ribbentrop, German foreign minister stepping down from his car and being greeted by officials. He has arrived to discuss the question of Naval limitations. MS. Joachim Von Ribbentrop. MS. Officials. WS. As the party go into the foreign office.

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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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