Mr Lansbury unveils memorial in village of Tolpuddle.
Full title reads: "TOLPUDDLE CENTENARY - Mr. George Lansbury dedicates memorial in Dorset village."
Several shots of the village of Tolpuddle and the crowds gathered around the house on the hill.
Mr George Lansbury, surrounded by masses of people unveils memorial to James Hammett, one of the six labourers being charged for the crime of comradeship a century ago.
Mr Lansbury speaking into microphone, addressing the crowd. He talks about the six labourers and pleads for equality.
The picture disappears at (01:56:24) but sound remains until the end of story.