UN Meeting New York 1946

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    United Nations meeting in New York. Flushing Meadow. United States of America (USA)

    LS the American Army transport plane 'Sacred Cow' arriving at Laguardia airfield, bearing President Truman to the conference. MS as President Harry Truman gets off plane with his wife. LS group around plane. MS President Truman waving. MS as car drives off.

    MS building at Flushing Meadow. MS James Byrnes arriving. LS Eleanor Roosevelt arriving. MS's Connolly and Vandenburg waving. MS Vyacheslav Molotov and Andrei Vyshinsky arriving. MS Byrnes making speech and drinking toast to peace. MS President Truman making speech.

    Various shots as President Truman receives the delegates at a reception at the Waldorf Astoria. MS Truman making speech, people applaud.

    Cuts for 46/87.

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    British Pathé
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    01:02:21:00 / 01:04:38:00
    UN 1594 D
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    UN 1594 D
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