UN Chiefs See Para-Raid Trial 1951

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    Watchfield, Berkshire.

    LV. Towards, paratroopers moving beneath nose of Hastings transport aircraft. SV. Paratroopers walking up steps and into Hastings. SV. & SCU. Guns being towed into C-82 aircraft, they are to be dropped by parachutes. SV. Paratechnician slung in bomb bay of Halifax. LV. Troops entering C-82. LV. Staff officers looking on. LV. Air to air shot, two C-82's in flight. SV. Paratroopers sitting inside Hastings. SV. Exterior, Hastings in flight. SV. Paratroopers being despatched from Hastings. LV. Paratroopers leaving aircraft. GV. Paratroopers floating to earth. SV. C-82 in flight. Jeep parachuted from aircraft. Pan down with parachutes. LV. Pan down, jeep floating down to earth, pan to gun landing. LV. Halifax flying overhead, drops paratechnician, pan down with parachute.

    (Orig.Neg. & Lav.) (Orig."D")

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