Eisenhower arrives for meeting in France to discuss defence matters.
Full title reads: "Eisenhower Gets To Work".
SV Towards General Dwight D Eisenhower arriving at French War Office to be greeted by Jules Moch, French Defence Minister.
LV Ike and Mr Robert Schumann, French Foreign Minister, chatting before conference.
CU Eisenhower and Schumann shaking hands.
CU Field Marshal Viscount Bernard Montgomery leaving the Raphael Hotel.
LV Eisenhower at microphone. Lead in for speech.
CU Eisenhower saying: 'I know only two things for certain. The first, that this is a venture and organisational effort to preserve the peace and it gives to all our people a feeling of tranquility and confidence that they deserve in a free country. And secondly, it can be successful only if the peoples of all countries, our own, and the population of every single country making up the Atlantic union, join in the effort wholeheartedly, without stint, and with readiness to sacrifice for success.'
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