A rehabilitation centre for ex-servicemen, many of them former POWs.
Title reads: "Do you know ... Britain mends men for industry".
Twickenham, Greater London.
At Kneller Hall, Twickenham, ex-servicemen and former Pows (prisoners of war) learn to adjust to civilian life at the army's leading rehabilitation centre. Various shots of some of the men sitting in the grounds of the hall. Some are disabled, others look nervous or strained. Various shots of groups of men sitting round tables for four, drinking cups of tea, smoking and chatting in one of the comfortable rooms. Various shots of the carpentry shop with men working at the benches. M/S of one of the men showing a fellow workman a wooden fire screen which he has made. Various shots of men strolling over small bridge. L/S of an exterior view of Kneller Hall with three men walking towards it.
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