Winston Churchill opens united Europe movement exhibition. London.
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Churchill opens Euro exhibition. The Tea Centre, Lower Regent Street in London.
L/S Conservative Party Leader Winston Churchill entering, he sits down. M/S The very Reverend the Dean of St. Paul's. C/U Speaking. Extends his thanks to the Tea Centre Authorities for Facilities. He speaks on the formation of a European Assembly, and goes on to mention the aims of the Exhibition. M/S The Dean pinning the First United Europe badge onto Churchill. L/S Churchill says,'thank you very much' and sits down. M/S Audience clapping.
L/S Platform, Churchill takes a bow and says, "I wish to thank the Dean for what he has said and also Mr. Victor Gollacz for his courageous and outspoken remarks. Our cause is a great one, formed on a broad front. Many nations, many peoples of all classes, and all the religious of the world and let us pledge ourselves to it. This exhibition is only one of the methods by which we week to propagate and make known our cause and object, which appeal to every family in Europe, who seeks to earn its livelihood by honest toil free from the horrors of war and to enjoy home, happiness and peace." L/S Exterior of building showing flags.
M/S General crowd shot of people going to the exhibition. L/S Churchill making his way through crowd to entrance. L/S Crowds. M/S Girl in national costume of one of the European countries. She turns and indicates with her hand the stand behind which if full of national costumes. M/S Another girl in national costume. M/S Another girl in national costume. M/S Another girl in national costume. C/U Exhibits, showing doll in costume on left. M/S Posters. C/U Notice - 'United Europe Exhibition, Admission Free.' L/S Street, Lower Regent Street.