The Premiers Gather Aka Commonwealth Ministers… 1957

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    SV. Towards, Britain's Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd and Mr Suhrawardy walking down steps into garden, with another person. SV. Towards and past, Mr Thomas MacDonald, New Zealand's Minister, coming down steps. SV. Towards and past, Australian Prime Minister, Mr Robert Menzies. SV. Towards and past, group led by Britain's Prime Minster Mr Harold MacMillan and Mr Pandit Nehru. GV. Ministers in the garden. CU. Mr MacMillan speaking with Mr John Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada. CU. Mr Nehru and Mrs Vijaya Pandit, Indian High Commissioner in the UK. CU. Mr MacMillan chatting with Lennox-Boyd, Secretary of State to the Colonies, man in middle believed to be Sir Roy Welensky. CU. Dr Kwame Nkrumah, Prime Minister of Ghana, seated ready for photographs. GV. Ministers all seated and photographers in foreground. SV. The group of ministers. CU. Mr Nehru scratching his head. CU. Mr Diefenbaker, as the ministers wait for photograph to be taken. LV. The group seated, posing.

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    01:10:14:00 / 01:11:05:00
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    Commonwealth: Politics, Royalty and War
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