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SLATE INFORMATION: News-Letters Rouse Nazi Chief's Anger
Gen. view Nazi Banners past...IN ROLL 5199
Top gen. view Nazi meeting & banners...IN ROLL 5047
Top view crowd with Nazi banners past...IN ROLL 5047
Semi view Goebbels recording vote...IN ROLL 5047
Semi view William Stephen Richard King-Hall (politician) reading German Newspaper "Angriff".
Stephen King-hall interview at desk SOT
King Hall says that he is not in the pay of the foreign Office & Halifax did not help him compile the letters and that he was trying to put the English case before the Germans.
Gen. view pan gigantic crowd on hill at Rally...IN ROLL 4658
Top view crowd 'heiling...IN ROLL 5047
Semi view kids...IN ROLL 5047
Silhouette of guards heiling...IN ROLL 7298
Gen. view Propaganda van throwing leaflets into street...IN ROLL 7298
Soldiers handing propoganda leaflets to people on train and front of train bedecked in Swastika signs
People outside building, men in hospital
People gathered on street and inside beside radio set
Barber listening to radio, young child beside radio
Semi view old men listening...)
3 quick scenes of printing montage...)
Semi view News-stand of German papers...IN ROLL 8666
Long view man selling papers...IN ROLL 8439
Semi view pile of books...IN ROLL 1891
Gen. view burning books in street...IN ROLL 1891
Pan from Nazis past to burning books...IN ROLL 1891
Semi view Dr. Goebbels saluting...IN ROLL 1891
Semi view Swiss postman delivering letter to girl on bike.
Semi view Swiss postman delivers letter thru' window.
(This postman is also a Swiss local Govt. official.)
King Hall interview SOT
- The fury that the Germans Propaganda met these letters shows that it was very necessary, and that to the best of his ability he was dealing with the truth.
Personalities - Politicians; Great Britain; William Stephen Richard King-Hall, Baron King Hall (1893-1966)