News In Brief Aka News Briefs Or Pictured… 1941

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    Title reads: "News Brief".

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    Various shots of Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) inspecting a parade of Wrens (aka WRNS - Women's Royal Naval Service) of the Nore Command. M/S of the Wrens marching past. C/U of Queen Elizabeth. M/S of the Wrens marching past. Spacing.


    Tulip bulbs are cultivated for the American market. Panning shot of a large tulip field . The plants are in bloom. Various shots of women cutting the blooms from the plants.

    Mogadishu, capital of Italian Somaliland (now part of Somalia).

    L/S of the harbour. L/S of ramshackle looking boat coming into harbour. Various shots of South African nurses coming ashore from a launch. The nurses get on board an army truck. High angle shot of a street in Mogadishu. L/S of the nurses in the street.

    Note: item is mute from 01:53:11.

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    01:52:08:00 / 01:53:18:00
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