Native traders at a marketplace in Marrakech, French Morocco. A snake charmer performs a show. Natives gather around the snake charmer and watch the show. A boy plays flute while another boy plays drum.
A magician performs in a marketplace of Marrakech in French Morocco. Natives surround him and watch the show. The magician takes out strings of cloth from his mouth, swallows balls and rotates a disk on his fingertip. A native orchestra performs in the marketplace.
Groups of student pilots are briefed by instructors at a French Air Force training base in Marrakesh, Morocco. Wearing seat-pack parachutes, student pilots climb into the cockpits of North American T-6 aircraft, bearing French markings, as ground crews hook up auxiliary power units and turn over the aircraft engines. The T-6s taxi out to the active runway. The T-6s are seen taxiing back to their respective parking places on the airfield.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill accompanied by Lady Clementine Churchill and daughter, Sarah (in uniform of Women's Auxiliary Air Force), arrives by train in London, after an absence of two months. He had fallen ill following the Tehran Conference and remained abroad to convalesce in Marrakesh, Morocco. A crowd of well-wishers fills the platform. He chats with British military officers and officials and correspondents.
French Morocco troops march in bands wearing traditional uniforms. View from dark corridor at the residence of General Auguste Nogues in Rabat, French Morocco. General Auguste Nogues, General Robert Boissau, Admiral Michelieu, General Lascroux and General La Houlle of France; Major General George S Patton, Major General Geoffrey Keyes, Major General Ernest N Harmon and Major General Jonathan W Anderson of the US, the Grand Vizier to the Sultan, American and French officers and civilian officials pose for photographers on the steps of residence. French Morocco troops march in bands and play bugles.
Representatives of various groups meet with U.S. Consul at the American Consulate Building in Casablanca, Morocco. 1942 model cars parked in front of the consulate building. A brass plate on building reads 'American Consulate General.' Attendees stand around a conference table as U.S. Consul, Russell Mott Brooks, enters the conference room accompanied by several members of his staff.. He motions to visitors to sit, as he sits at the conference table, flanked by two of his staff. The visiting leaders are seated across from him. Several persons occupy chairs away from the table. Brooks begins by making a few remarks. He then listens to what the various leaders have to say. One speaks briefly. Then a lawyer, wearing French legal robes with a white jabot round his neck hanging down the front of his robes, makes what appears to be an earnest appeal of some kind. Among others participating is a man in a robe, wearing a fez. A woman secretary makes notes during the discussions.