Sir Winston Churchill becomes the first recipient of the new American Williamsburg Award.
GTV. Guests assembled in Draper's Hall to present Sir Winston Churchill with Williamsburg Award, a new US award for 'outstanding achievement in advancing basic principles of liberty and justice'. LV. Mr Winthrop Rockefeller, grandson of John D. Rockefeller, speaking. CU. Field Marshal Alexander smoking cigar. SCU. Clement Attlee and the American Ambassador, Mr Lewis Douglas. SCU. Churchill being presented with "silver copy of the town crier's bell of Colonial Williamsburg, the Virginian cradle of America's democracy" - voiceover states. CU. Bell. CU. Churchill starting to speak (natural sound). He makes a light humorous speech, thanks for the honour... GV. Pan Churchill speaking with the bell in his hand, he rings the bell at the end of speech and sits down.
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