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U.S.A.: NO APPEASEMENT: PRIME MINISTER REASSURES AMERICA Washington: After conference with President Truman, Mr. Attlee makes much appreciated speech at Press Club WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S.A. CU Truman and Attlee at White House face each other seated and talking (silent) - Acheson, Marshall in BG standing. C side V ditto - all in jovial mood.
C Side V Truman, Attlee seated facing each other (silent) - Acheson, Marshall in BG standing - all in happy mood. FV ditto as Truman, Attlee face each other. SCU Truman, Attlee, seated - Marshall, Acheson stand at back. FCU Truman, Attlee pan up to Marshall, Acheson. C/Side V Attlee, pan to Acheson, pan to Truman, SCU The group. CU the group in jovial mood. LV car towards and past - black-coated, hatted figure (Truman's secretary?) out and holds door for Attlee; black-coated, hatted Attlee past photogs in BG into house. CU Attlee (and Sec ?) pose on steps turn and into House LV car towards and past. CU Attlee out of car, touches hat, and into House, (followed by Sec ?) - head of man with hand moviecamera in FG.
CU Attlee on steps, turns into House.
U.S.A.: NO APPEASEMENT'. PRIME MINISTER REASSURES AMERICA. Washington: After conference with President Truman, Mr. Attlee makes much appreciated speech at Press Club. Washington D.C., U.S.A. TV audience applaud at Press Conference (Nt. sd) CU Attlee speaks (Nt. sd. speech & applause) TV audience applaud (Nt. sd.) CU Attlee speaks (Nat. sd. speech) CU ditto (Nt. sd. speech & applause) TV rear of audience as applaud (Nat. sd.)
SOUND EFFECTS SPEECH:- Cu Attlee speaks: "Our forces are fighting alongside yours, and you may be certain that in fair or foul weather where the Stars and Stripes fly in Korea, the British flag will fly beside them." (applause)
CU Attlee speaks: "We must always bear in mind that the peoples of the Far East have to live some time or other as neighbours, and we want them as good neighbours. Our long-term object therefore always is to get rid of the causes of war. That does not mean that we have any intention of indulging in what is called appeasement. We all know from our own bitter experience that appeasement does not pay."
Cu Attlee speaks: "We are part of the Atlantic community. We have the same belief in freedom and democracy, the same value for the common man, the same desire for peace; but I am certain that our talks here will make for fuller understanding and increased cooperation for the great causes that we all have at heart." (applause)
Personalities - Politicians; United States of America; Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee (1883-1967), Harry S Truman (1884-1972)
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