Turkish Ambassadors 1946

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    Location Unknown / Unclear - United States of America.

    Various shots of a battleship 'USS Missouri' arriving to a harbour. Battleship in harbour. Coffin being carried to the ship, Guard of Honour lined up on deck.

    Various shots of the coffin with the body of Turkish Ambassador to USA Mr Ertegun at deck of battleship with naval ratings and officers lined up. Family and friends arriving on deck. Wife, daughter and son of the late Ambassador present, also his successor, new Turkish Ambassador to USA Mr Huseyin Baydur present.

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    British Pathé
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    01:14:01:00 / 01:14:48:00
    UN 1365 E
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    UN 1365 E
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