Roundup of the latest world's news
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WOMEN WRESTLERS IN WASHINGTON
Washington D. C., United States of America (USA).
Various shots of the women wrestling in the ring with crowds cheering loudly. Acrobatic display with some viscious attacks from both sides
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HITLER'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
Adolf Hitler, German Dictator, is seen leaving a building with several Nazis on his birthday. He shakes hands with some men in uniform. Troops lined up with flags - very colourful. Hitler inspects the troops. He talks to some of the men. Low key celebration considering German megalomania at the time.
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RIGGING OUT THE 'YANKEE' IN MASSACHUSETTS
Massachusetts, United States of America (USA).
Various shots of the men rigging out the yacht "Yankee" - a defender of America's Cup. Several shots of the crew putting the sail up and working on the yacht.
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MAKING CORONATION MEDALS AT ROYAL MINT
Several close up shots of the silver Coronation medals, with King and Queen on them, being made at Royal Mint.
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AIR DISPLAY AT CAIRO
Various shots of the RAF (Royal Air Force) air display in Cairo and people watching it. Planes are seen flying solo and in formations and dropping bombs.
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SHAKESPEARE'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
Crowds gathered on the Stratford street with long line of flag masts. Line of flags unveils from masts - quite nice. Several shots of the procession of people walking towards Shakespeare's house - church bells are heard. This is the celebration of the birthday of William Shakespeare in his birthplace.
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ROAD RACING CIRCUIT OPENED AT CRYSTAL PALACE
Crowds gathered for the opening of the motorcars road racing circuit at Chrystal Palace. Earl Howe, the President of the British Racing Drivers Club, opens the circuit surrounded by the people. He addresses the crowd (natural sound). He expresses his pride to have been honoured to open the track and talks about the enjoyment it will bring to people of London