Crowd read news about African occupation in Lisbon, Portugal during World War II. Exterior of office of newspaper 'Seculo' shows crowd reading latest dispatches about African occupation. Exterior of office of newspaper 'Diario de Lisboa'. Newsboys around a door. News vendors rush down stairs with bundles of papers. News vendor's kiosk where papers of all countries are sold. Newsstand with foreign papers. First edition of Diario de Lisboa is sold at barber shop on the day of occupation of North Africa.
Transmission of news in Lisbon about Allied occupation in Africa during World War II. Exterior of Havas News Agency. Portuguese and French flags outside. Interior office of O.F.I. In Havas agency shows editor Mr. Dany, chief collaborator Mr. Audibert and journalist Jean Fortenoy who was sent by French Prime Minister Pierre Laval and Germans to 'supervise' the Havas office. Mr. Audibert holds dispatch announcing occupation of Africa. Exteriors show street traffic of bicycles and fishmongers passing by. Interior of main office of Marconi, people send cables. Map on wall shows Marconi covers world. Reception room showing men sending cables. Machines receive cable from New York asking details of Kyron Taylor's visit to Lisbon. View of electrical equipment and machinery in the Marconi offices, where techinician in overalls checks instrument readings and records them on a clipboard. Outside view of the various transmitting towers and antennas of the Marconi Alfragide radio station near Lisbon.
Newsmen of different nations prepare news in Lisbon about Allied occupation of Africa during World War II. Sign on door reads 'Associated Press Lisbon Bureau'. Correspondent for Associate Press Mr. Luiz Lupi reads latest dispatch. Lupi puts down paper and starts to prepare his wire. Mr. Lupi rings the bell to summon telegraph operator to whom he gives the cable. Daily Herald correspondent Miss Shereliff in her villa at Casoaix. She prepares a meal and leaves stove to answer telephone. She prepares her cable, 'V' sign on wall. Sign reads 'Anglo American Press Conference'. Correspondent of Allied Nations in Lisbon. Correspondents at Royal British Club listen to release of military information by press attache of British Embassy. Press attache in the center, and two collaborators seated. Journalists listen to press attache. Office of U.S. Minister in Lisbon shows U.S. representative to the Vatican, Myron Taylor receive the press in the office of the U.S. Minister. Myron Taylor speaks to American and English correspondents. U.S. Minister at Lisbon, Mr. Bert Fish with Mr. Taylor.
Leader of Spanish Monarchist Party takes refuge in Portugal. Gil Robles seated in his garden. His four children join him. Robles reads news about African occupation during World War II in Diario de Lisboa newspaper.
Brazilian Ambassador to Portugal in Portugal during World War II. Brazilian Ambassador reads newspaper in a room. His valet brings him coffee. Brazilian Ambassador reads a newspaper.
Meeting between Portuguese Mission to the U.S. and U.S. Minister to Portugal in Lisbon. Exteriors of American Embassy in Lisbon. Interiors of American Consulate shows American consul at desk talk to his secretary. Immigrants present documents at desk. Meeting between U.S. Minister to Portugal Bert Fish and the Portuguese Mission to the U.S. Mr. Bert Fish stands between U.S. Military attache and Commander Colonel Robert Solberg and U.S. Naval attache Kenneth Demarest. The Portuguese Military Mission includes Lieutenant Colonel Joviano Lopes, Captain Jose Belesa Ferraz, and Captain Luiz da Camara Pinn. Naval Mission includes Commander Libera de Camara, Captain Oliveria Pinto and 1st Lieutenant Henrique Jorges. Portuguese Air Mission includes Colonel Craveiro Lopes, Major Costa Macedo, and Lieutenant Oliveira Seixas. Colonel Solberg speaks to Portuguese colleagues. Mr. Birt Fish speaks to other members of the Mission.
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