Ridgway Here 1952

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London Airport.

Under titles Lt. General Ridgway speaking into mike.

LV. General Matthew B. Ridgway (Commander in Chief of Nato forces) and Mrs. Ridgway descending steps from aircraft and being greeted by Sir John Slessor (Chief of Air Staff).

MV. Security Police running...



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