Lord Vanisttart speaks about the Germans as Steve Laird makes remark at Denham Place in Denham, England during World War II.
Denham England Date:1944, February Duration:6 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Press Conference at house of Lord Vansittart, Danham Place in Denham, England. Interior: Steve Laird, Time Inc. Correspondent and George Slocombe, Head of Anglo-American Press Club. Journalists Jacqueline Saix of Time Magazine take notes. Jan Jindritch, British War Correspondent on the staff of the News Chronicle, listen to Lord Vansittart. Mr. Siddall, Lord Vanisttrat's campaign manager and Lady Vansittart listen to Lord Vanisttart's speech. Lord Vanisttart, former Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs being interviewed by British and American journalists. On Lord Vanisttart's left is seated Steave Laird, next is George Slocombe, next is Jacqueline Saix. On Lord Vanisttart's right is seated Lady Vanisttart, next is Mr. Siddall and next is Jan Jindritch. Steve Laird speaks. Lord Vanisttart speaks on his version of 'what to do with Germany'. Lord Vanisttart being interviewed by journalists, Steve Laird speaks . Lord Vanisttart starts his speech. Lord Vanisttart and Steve laird. Lord Vanisttart rises and makes a speech. Steve Laird makes a remark.
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