Sir Stafford Cripps makes a speech to camera on the current Indian situation.
Titles read: "SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS ON INDIA".
Location of events unknown - London?
M/Ss of Sir Stafford Cripps sitting and writing at his desk in an office. after returning from his trip to New Delhi in India. He makes a speech to camera about the current Indian situation, saying "we did our best to succeed" and so did the Indian leaders he met with, but they didn't succeed.
He says that India must be defended against the aggression of the Japanese and talks of the Indian peoples coming forward to defend their own country in association with our own army and air force and the Americans. He says "we want to see India, a free self-governing nation, free from the Japanese, free from all domination, side by side with us as a great power".