Attlee arrives in New York and makes speech on world peace and tolerance.
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Clement Attlee arrives in New York, United States of America.
M/S of leader of Labour Party Clement Attlee speaking into microphone at Idlewild Airport. He talks about world peace, saying "nothing is more injurious to peace than race prejudice, religious prejudice and all prejudices that tend to divide man from man". He says that in Britain, we have a very wide experience of dealing with different people and he hopes to have something to contribute to the evening. He repeats the speech again, with slightly different wording.
L/S of BOAC Stratocruiser taxiing in. M/S of Attlee alighting from plane, posing for cameramen. L/S of Attlee standing at microphones in the terminal building.
Note: sound is very poor and out of synch on this combined neg.