So Sorry Please - Kurusu's Excuse 1945

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Full title reads: "SO SORRY PLEASE - KURUSU'S EXCUSE".

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Close up shot of Japanese Foreign Minister Mr Kurusu smiling. Kurusu shaking hands with other Japanese. Kurusu seated in a garden talking with American officers. Close up shot of Kurusu speaking (natural sound). He says...

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
40363
Sort Number:
45/088
Time in/Out:
01:10:07:00 / 01:10:47:00
Canister:
45/88
Film ID:
1169.06
Issue Date:
01/11/1945

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