View of the Lisbon Airport in Portugal. Portugal-colonies Line plane on runway. Italian Savoia Marchetti plane. Arrival of several planes including Portuguese transport plane, Italian planes, Douglas plane of the London Lisbon Line. Unloading air mail and Portuguese Custom officer. Douglas plane fueled. Italian plane of the Ala Littoria Savoia Marchetti of the Genoa-Barcelona-Lisbon Line. Tails of English, Italian and Portuguese planes lined up. Passengers ladders of planes of several airlines. German plane take off.
Exterior of American Export Lines Office in Lisbon, Portugal. Interiors with refugees waiting to get tickets. American Nationality and export flags.
Port of Lisbon, Portugal. Portuguese refugees embark the transport ship Serpa Pinto. Men women and children embark the ship. The transport ship leaves the port. American Export Line refugee ship, the Excalibar at the dock.
Scenes of Caldas da Rainha, a refugee town in Portugal. View of cattle fair. Refugees work in the gardens. Woman hangs washed clothes on clothesline.
View of people inside Cafe Boccage at Caldas da Rainha, a refugee town in Portugal. Jewish refugee leaves improvised Synagogue in Caldas.
U.S. Minister and British ambassador in Lisbon, Portugal during World War II. Exteriors of British Embassy in Lisbon. Interiors of embassy show British Ambassador to Portugal Sir Donald Campbell and U.S. Minister to Portugal Bert Fish followed by press attache Mr. Stewart move down the corridor and enter one of the Embassy salons. The diplomats discuss a note which Stewart has handed them. This is the note which they will be presented to the Portuguese Government the next day to assure that in occupying North Africa the U.S. and Great Britain will respect the Portuguese neutrality.