• Short Summary

    Croydon Corporation rehouses people who have lost everything in the Blitz. London.

  • Description

    Item title reads - New homes for the "Blitzed".

    Croydon, London.

    L/S of blitzed buildings in Croydon. Corporation Official Wilson Edwards stands outside a house which will rehouse bombed victims. He speaks about how the corporation have furnished the places so the bombed out people will not go homeless. While he talks, we see various shots of what the houses contain, furniture, cutlery, etc. M/S of Mrs Street who has one of the houses, she tells of her ordeal, and of her new home.

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    Film ID:
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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:48:00:00 / 01:49:20:00

Comments (1)

  1. Unknown user says

    Multi-billionaire Wall Street bankers the Rockefellers sold $30 million worth of aviation fuel additive via their Standard Oil operation, to the Nazi regime in 1939. Without this additive the Blitzes could not have happened. Evidence buried in Congressional records. Anthony Sutton talked about how Wall Street and the City of London and the Bush family (Prescott Bush - George Dubya's grandpa) bankrolled the Nazi military industrial complex from the 1930s onwards. Google Anthony Sutton and Wall Street/Nazis. He was suppressed then and this info is suppressed now. Wall Street and City of London also funnelled money into Nazi Germany via the Bank for International Settlements set up in Switzerland in 1932 by Bank of ENgland governor and cousin of Queen Elizabeth Windsor (Saxe Coburg Gotha) and Nazi finance minister Hjalmar Schacht. Webster Tarpley on tarpley.net discusses these issues and how Prescott Bush was arrested in 1942 but let off the hook by CIA buddies the Dulles brothers.

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