The Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces in Northern Europe, Lt.Gen. Sir Cecil Sugden, said farewell to?
GV. Crowds at the cemetery.
LV. President RHEE and Cabinet Members walk to tomb.
SV. President Rhee laying wreath.
LV. President Rhee and Ministers walking away.
SV. General G.H.DECKER of U.N.O. laying wreath.
SLV. President Rhee making speech of condolence.
SV. Guard of Honour firing shots in the air.
LV. R.O.K. Armed Forces Units dipping flags.
STV. Relatives of dead burning incense.
SV. Soldier and daughters laying flowers on grave.
LV. Start of the inboard motor boat event.
LV.PAN Boats round marker buoys and into the straight.
SV.PAN Boats past camera.
SV.PAN One boat No.6, past camera.
LV.PAN Boats past camera.
SV.PAN Boats towards Marker buoys.
LV. Boats down final stretch.
Top V. The winner No. 260 DINO CELLI (ITALY) comes into landing stage.
Top SV. The winner, Dina Celli in boat.
Angle V. Spectators applaud.
LV.PAN Start of the Outboard event.,
SV. Boats past camera.
LV.PAN The boat round make buoys and down straight.
LV.PAN Boats towards and past camera.
SV. No.170 & 12 fight for lead.
SV. No.20 past camera.
LV.PAN Boats along straight towards Marker buoys.
LV.PAN No.12 turning over on rounding buoys other boats passing the drive of No.12 who is in water.
SV. The winner No.170, GIULIODE ANGELIS (ITALY)
SV. Spectators applaud.
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SPORT: MOTOR BOAT RACING
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Background: The Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces in Northern Europe, Lt.Gen. Sir Cecil Sugden, said farewell to his colleagues at SHAPE headquarters in Paris on Tuesday June 10th. The General has been at his last appointment since 1956. During the second world war he served in North Africa and gained the American Legion of Merit award. For the period 1945-46 he was Director of Military Operations at the War Office; his next appointment was as Chief of Staff of British troops in Egypt. He left this position in 1949 and returned to the War Office as Director of Personnel Administration.
From the War Office he went to the continent, in 1951, and served two years as Chief of Staff of the British Army of the Rhine. He afterwards transferred to Hong Kong, as Commander of the British Forces there, returning to Europe in 1955 to take up his last appointment.
There was a brief ceremony on the front steps of the SHAPE H.Q. on Tuesday, when Gen.Norstad--Head of SHAPE--thanked LT.Gen.Sugdan for his services and presented him with a scroll.
His successor will be General Murray, who will assume office in July, with headquarters in Oslo.