Material related to newsreel story "The Fire In Korea" - 50/62.
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Tidworth, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
MS Mr Emanuel 'Manny' Shinwell, Minister of War standing before microphone in open. He says. "I don't wish to sound a note of alarm and certainly don't desire to make the people of this country unduly despondent, but we are compelled to take note of events in certain parts of the world and we would be very foolish indeed if we failed to ignore the inescapable facts of the present situation. There are many shadows, dark shadows, in the sky. Nevertheless, there are occasional gleams of the sunlight. And one is this, and I ask not only you but all who are concerned whether in this country or any other to take note. It is this: the collaboration among the nations associated with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The United States with their - with its vast resources, ourselves, the United Kingdom and we shall not forget the vast power (nearly loses teeth here) if properly utilised of the Commonwealth countries and there are other countries associated with us....'