Winston Churchill speaking in Boston.
Boston, United States of America (USA).
Various shots of Winston Churchill addressing the gathering in Boston from rostrum. He is talking about start of the century, scientific achievements in the first half of the century, talks about the war 'four years of hideous mechanical slaughter', victory, Versailles Peace Treaty, and new dangers of communism, failure to destroy bolshevism at its start and current divisions.
Various shots of a very large audience applauding, Churchill speaking from rostrum, Churchill arriving, people listening to his speech - no sound. Churchill rises to speak, crowd applauding and cheering. People rise from their seats, cameramen filming etc. Churchill speaking - he reassured the audience that Britain is still strong and ready to protect its way of life. He finishes, crowd applauding and cheering.
Information found in the old record - Cuts 49/28. Natural sound only - in patches - very poor quality. Item is out of sync.