British King George VI 's visit to Tunisia and General De Gaulle along with French Committee members in Algeria, Africa.
Algeria Date:1943, October Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British King George VI in Tunisia, Africa during World War II. King George VI wearing a navy uniform gets out from a car. He speaks with United States Navy officers. He enters a Royal Navy canteen. They walk out of the canteen with United States Admiral Cunningham. U.S. sailors stand guard at the canteen door. King George speaks with the officers and shakes hands with them. The naval officers salute. A French committee in Algeria, Africa. The French committee along with French General George Catroux, General Charles De Gaulle stand on the stairs of a building. The committee members standing in the background. General De Gaulle speaks with French General Henri Giraud. General George Catroux and General Henri Giraud enter a car and drive off. General Charles De Gaulle descends stairs and gets into a car. The French flag flutters on a pole.
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