Anthony Eden tells America that Britain will fight with them against Japanese until victory.
Full title reads: "MR EDEN TELLS AMERICA".
United States of America (USA).
Lord Halifax, Mr Anthony Eden, British Foreign Secretary and Mr Cordell Hull, American Secretary of State for War. Various shots of Mr Eden seated at desk making speech (natural sound). He tells of tough times ahead: "There are bound to be setbacks and disappointments before the final victory is won in the West and in the East."
Mr Eden, now at Annapolis, in the Maryland State Capitol Building addressing the gathering (natural sound). He says: "We, no less than you, and our partner China, have a score to settle with the Japanese, nor shall we cease fighting until that evil growth in the Pacific has been cut back. We shall be with you in this to the end."
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