Smuts Gives A Million 1946

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Title reads: "Smuts gives a million".

Number 10, Downing Street, Whitehall, London.

Field Marshall Jan Christian Smuts (aka General Smuts) handing a cheque for a million pounds to Prime Minister Clement Attlee as they are seated at a luncheon table. C/U of Attlee giving speech thanking...

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Cataloguer:
Amelia
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
45995
Sort Number:
46/085
Time in/Out:
01:41:13:00 / 01:41:58:00
Canister:
46/85
Film ID:
1412.29
Issue Date:
24/10/1946

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