Prince Philip speaks at a dinner celebrating 300th anniversary of resettlement of Jews in Britain.
Duke of Edinburgh attends a dinner celebration of 300th of resettlement of Jews in Britain. GV. Crowd in Guildhall. SV. Lord Samuel speaking. CU. Duke of Edinburgh watching Lord Samuel and grinning. GV. Audience. SCU. Chief Rabbi Dr Israel Brodie speaking. GV. The audience clapping. LV. The Duke of Edinburgh having risen to speak, clapping going on. SV. Prince Philip starts to speak (natural sound): "I have to admit that I am in... the three hundred... seems to me to be as good an excuse as any for a party..." Laughter. GV. The audience clapping. SV. The Duke continues: "I congratulate comunity for having stuck it here for three hundred years." Laughter.