Bevin and Molotov leave UNO talks in New York satisfied that peace is maintained.
Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.
New York, United States of America (USA)
Ernest Bevin, Foreign Secretary, and Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet Foreign Minister, speaking before sailing on the "Queen Elizabeth" ocean liner after UNO (United Nations Organisation) conference.
LS Bevin waiting in meeting room. C/U of Bevin. M/S of Bevin and wife. C/U of Bevin speaking on board ship (natural sound.). Starts speech: "The sun of peace is rising and may 1947 see it come out in all its fullness".
C/U of Molotov speaking. C/U of Pavlov, Molotov's interpreter, standing by his side and translating message. Pavlov tells the press the result of meeting is satisfactory to Molotov and the other delegates. C/U of Molotov saying 'Goodbye' in English and smiling affably (natural sound).
Possibly connected with 46/103 - MD. Very poor sound - Neg Sound - MD