Poland Acclaims Gomulka 1956

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    Various, Poland.

    LV. Pan, Polish people queuing up to buy newspapers to read about the latest situation. SV. Man reading newspaper. CU. Headlines on Polish newspaper "Wladislaw Gomulka". GV. & SV. People walking towards the Warsaw University. SV. Polish people in the streets assembling to hear the news. SCU. Polish woman talking to two men. SV. Polish men gathering outside University. SCU. People clamouring to entrance to University. LV. Interior, Polish leaders addressing the meeting, including elected leader of Communist Party Wladislaw Gomulka and country's Premier Gyrankiewicz. SV. Youth delegates. SCU. Wladislaw Gomulka, who is returning to political stage after Stalinist persecution, speaking - addressing delegates. GV. & LV. Pan, interior, mass of people listening to Gomulka. SV. Gomulka addressing delegates. GV. Mass of people listening. They start to applaud. SV. & CU. Delegates applauding. GV. & LV. Factory workers arriving on location to listen to speakers. SV. Pan, Polish workers walking along to meeting. CU. Number plate on coach "Stalinogrod" - the town reverted to its old name Katowice. SV. Officer getting off coach. GV. Pan, mass of Polish workers applauding, assembled outside factory. LV. Workers surrounding lorry, listening to speaker standing on lorry addressing them. SV. Speaker standing on lorry addressing workers through microphone. GV. Mass of men listening. CU. Speaker speaking into microphone. SV. Workers listening. SV. Another worker taking notes. SV. Two men making notes. SV. Wladislaw Gomulka addressing delegates. SV. Delegates listening. CU. Man listening. SCU. Gomulka speaking.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    25/10/1956
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    32329
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    609.04
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:36:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:05:26:00 / 01:07:02:00
    Canister:
    56/86
    Sort Number:
    56/086
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