Various shots at a ceremony in Malbork Castle, Poland, replacing the Polish White Eagle on the walls of the castle.
Unused / unissued material - dates and locations may be unclear or unknown.
Malbork Castle, Poland
LS High shot, general view of the historic Malbork Castle, once the seat of the Teutonic knights. MS Part of the castle, now a museum, showing it reflected in the waters of the surrounding moat. CU Guests arriving for the ceremony, possibly including Czechoslovakian writers on a visit to Poland. LS Pan across large crowd assembled in the damaged part of the castle to watch the symbolic Polish White Eagle, originally "installed by the Polish King, Kazimierz Jagiellonczyk 490 years ago", which had been taken down by the Germans, being replaced. MS The White Eagle, set in a shield hanging between Polish flags on the wall of the castle. LS The crowd seated. LS View of the castle across the moat.
Note: "Date received" on original paperwork, reads: 30/06/1947.