People In The News 1950

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    Full title reads: "People In The News".

    Dr Barnardo's Home, Stepney, London.

    CU Sharman Douglas, daughter of the American Ambassador. MV. Sharman Douglas presenting toys to children. VS of gifts being given by Americans to British orphans. MV Children examining doll's House and other toys. SV Small girl examining box of Toys. SV Boys examining Aeroplane toy. CU American Legionnaire. CU Girl holding doll. MV Children examining box of Toys.

    Rabat, Morocco.

    CU Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. MV Officers talking in patio. Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten walking towards SV Mountbatten talking to General Juin, French Resident General. CU Mountbatten looks down at medals. CU Mountbatten looking at medals as hand counts them. SV Philip talking to French officers.


    GV Turkish army marching past. SV Towards Turkish soldiers marching in parade. LS of planes flying overhead. SV US Generals Tate and MacBride looking at aircraft with high ranking Turkish officer. More shots of planes. VS of parade of tanks and armoured vehicles. GV Cavalry charging. SV Pan to back view cavalry charging.

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    01:48:11:00 / 01:50:02:00
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    Morocco 1930s - 1940s Disowned
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