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SIR KINGSLEY WOOD VISITS DAGENHAM
Minister of Health Sir Kingsley Wood visits Dagenham to inspect the health conditions in large automobile factory. Various shots of Sir Kingsley inspecting the food and hygiene, bottles of milk etc. Crowded car workers drinking milk from bottles.
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MOTORCYCLE RACE ON THE ICE AT PRAGUE
Various shots of a quirky motorcycle race on icy lake in Prague. Cyclists skid and slide with one foot on ice at all times. They go rather fast - looks dangerous. Interesting shots of sidecars with men each having one foot out on the ice.
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NAZI REGIME ANNIVERSARY IN BERLIN
Fantastic propaganda film about celebrations of the 4th anniversary of Nazi regime in Berlin. Amazing montage. Film starts with the arrival of Nazi leaders to Reichstag for Hitler's address to the nation. Hermann Goering is seen arriving. Cut to a close up shot of a click showing one-o'clock when Furer starts his speech. Follows a careful selection of shots of the crowds listening the speech from the street loud speaker to shops and homes - Nation halts to here him. Frozen faces of the people on the street are juxtaposed to hands around the street fire and lines of feet stumping, trying to warm up. A grand Nazi parade follows. Streets and buildings draped in Nazi flags with swastikas. Adolf Hitler salutes to the huge crowds from his car, Heinrich Himmler is sitting in car. Various night shots of the men and women parading with torches through totally dark city. Thousands of torches in straight lines parading through the city, Nazi leaders salute from a balcony. More night shots of torch light parade.
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DAVIS CUP DRAW IN LONDON
Tennis representatives gather in London's Admiralty House where the President of Lawn Tennis Association draws the teams for Davis Cup. President draws the envelopes from a ball which is on table in front of him. He opens each envelope and reads the countries' names aloud. Men seated around looking on.