Records Office 1968

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No title - 30 year old secret documents released. Public Record Office, London.

Interior L/S of Record Office at Chancery Lane, pan down from dome of building showing reference racks and people below seated at tables. Various shots people at table. M/S man looking at the reference rack, he...



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