'CONTROL ARMS TRAFFIC' Crowded Queen's Hall meeting demands world-supervision of armament manufactures. Eloquent plea by?
SLATE INFORMATION : CONTROL ARMS TRAFFIC
London, England: Semi and neater semi view, gen. view, 2 side views & cu. Miss Megan Lloyd George making speech.
Sound Effects: Says that as a woman I believe that we women have got enormous responsibilities in this matter of peace. I remember reading in a book...when the German who had been tutor & friend in an English family was leaving this country on the eve of war, Mr. Britting said to the German "Remember what ever happens, there will be peace at last" & the German replied, "Then why not at the beginning" (Applause.)
Personalities - Politicians; Munitions and Armaments; Lady Megan Lloyd George (1902-66), Great Britain
Background: 'CONTROL ARMS TRAFFIC' Crowded Queen's Hall meeting demands world-supervision of armament manufactures. Eloquent plea by Miss Megan Lloyd George.