Problems of unemployment addressed in London and Paris.
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown.
French title reads: "Londres. Il y a trois millions et demi de chomeurs en Angleterre. Le meeting monstre de Hyde Park fut quelquefois gai."
Hyde Park, London.
Large crowd gathered in park to listen to Labour Party politician George Lansbury speaking about the problems of unemployment in England.
French intertitle reads: "Paris. Des artistes chomeurs chantent au profit de leur caisse de secours."
Paris, France. CU sign / banner explaining that performers are raising money for their unemployed colleague. Pan across singers. Crowd listening.
French intertitle reads: "Paris. Des etudiants ont ouvert un restaurant gratuit ou ils servent eux memes les chomeurs."
CU street sign "Rue Cujas". People queue outside free restaurant set up by French students for unemployed people. CU sign "Reserve aux Chomeurs". Men queue outside the soup kitchen. People go inside and show their unemployment papers, they then sit down to eat.
N.B. Paperwork suggests this is 1933.