The Regent Street in London, England near start of World War 2. A tailor shop. A poster in the shop reads 'Order now, prices may rise, so why wait'. Pedestrians walk along the street. A Fascist book shop in Great Smith Street, Westminster. Sign on the shop reads 'The Greater Britain, by Oswald Mosley'. Sign at shop reads, in part, "Declare with Mosley that Britons will fight for Britain only. Mind Britain's Business! The parties want war to save Czechoslovakia for a politicians' quarrel. Mosley says: Save Britain for Peace & People." People buy newspapers on streets in Central London. British civilians entering the underground at Bank Station tube entrance by the Bank of England. Sign above stairs says, "Public subways lavatories and Waterloo Line." Double decker buses and Central London buildings in background at Bank Junction. Royal Exchange building is seen. People buy newspapers. Headlines of the newspapers read 'To-day's Cabinet on Czech crisis'. Vehicular traffic and buildings in the background. Near Charing Cross station, with Eleanor Cross in background, newspaper vendor sells papers. Placard advertisement reads 'What Hitler Said'.
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