Correspondents of Allied nations prepare news in Lisbon about African occupation during World War II.
Lisbon Portugal Date:1942 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Newsmen of different nations prepare news in Lisbon about Allied occupation of Africa during World War II. Sign on door reads 'Associated Press Lisbon Bureau'. Correspondent for Associate Press Mr. Luiz Lupi reads latest dispatch. Lupi puts down paper and starts to prepare his wire. Mr. Lupi rings the bell to summon telegraph operator to whom he gives the cable. Daily Herald correspondent Miss Shereliff in her villa at Casoaix. She prepares a meal and leaves stove to answer telephone. She prepares her cable, 'V' sign on wall. Sign reads 'Anglo American Press Conference'. Correspondent of Allied Nations in Lisbon. Correspondents at Royal British Club listen to release of military information by press attache of British Embassy. Press attache in the center, and two collaborators seated. Journalists listen to press attache. Office of U.S. Minister in Lisbon shows U.S. representative to the Vatican, Myron Taylor receive the press in the office of the U.S. Minister. Myron Taylor speaks to American and English correspondents. U.S. Minister at Lisbon, Mr. Bert Fish with Mr. Taylor.
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