Soviet delegate Andrei Vishinsky protests at Yugoslavia's admission into UN Security Council.
Unissued / unused material.
American newsreel item.
Vyshinsky (Vishinsky) protests against the election of Yugoslavia to the Security Council, United Nations Organisation (UNO), New York, United States of America (USA).
MS Andrei Vyshinsky leaping up to the rostrum at UN meeting. MS Vyshinsky begins speaking. President Romulo calls for order, pan up to Romulo as he asks Soviet delegate to stick to the point of order, pan down again to Vyshinsky as he resumes speaking. Various shots Vyshinsky speaking and then walking down from rostrum. Romulo speaking: "The Chair rules the remarks just heard entirely out of order". MS Vyshinsky walking back to his place. President Romulo announces the result of the ballot on Yugoslavia's admission, pan over to delegates. L/S assembly. MS Vyshinsky on rostrum raising a protest, he is interrupted by the President but after raising his hand in protest carries on. M/S Yugoslav delegation, including leader, Edvard Kardelj. Vyshinsky finishes his speech and walking down from rostrum. MS Yugoslav delegation. MS Vyshinsky walking back to his place. Romulo's voice over this scene: "The chair regrets that the call to order is not minded by the delegate who has just spoken".
Date on dope sheet is 24/10/1949.