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C.S. A Scotch soldier.
M.S. Sir Rundall, British ambassador to Japan greets Mr. Etsusaburo Shiina, Japanese Foreign Minister at the entrance of the hall.
M.S. ditto by different angle.
M.S. Princess Chichibu arrives at the hall and was greeted by British Ambassador.
M.S. Douglas Jay, President of the Board of Trade and Sir Norman Kipping greet Princess Chichibu. Her husband Prince Chichibu was a younger brother of the Emperor but died 12 years ago and he was ??? ??? Oxford University in England.
M.S. Princess Chichibu comes to the opening ceremony hall.
M.S. Sir Norman Kipping delivers an opening speech at the ceremony.
M.S. Princess Chichibu and Sir Rundall, British ambassador listen to his speech.
Pan shot of the attendants.
L.S. more than 200 dignitaries both Japanese and English listen to Princess Chichibu's declaration of the exhibition.
M.S. Scotch musical band plays both Japanese and British national anthem,
M.S. Lady Francis cut the tape of the No. 3rd Hall where Sirs Winston Churchill's personal belongings and paintings and other photos were displayed and this is the official opening of the British Exhibition
M.S. Mr. Etsusaburo Shiina, Japanese Foreign Minister is coming to the No. 1 hall where he looks around the British machinery exhibition.
M.S. Mr. Shiina accompanied by his wife looks around the Atomic Reactor section of the exhibition.
British Exhibition sign. Various hall of the British Exhibition.
Both Japanese and British national flags were hoisted.
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