Maharaja of Nawanaga addresses men of the Baroda Fighter Squadron in an airfield.
Titles read: "MAHARAJA TALKS TO BARODA SQUADRON".
Somewhere in Britain.
The Maharajah of Nawanaga addresses men of the Baroda Fighter Squadron on an airfield.
He says that he will soon be seeing them at their ordinary routine, and says he may ask too many questions as he has a very inquisitive nature. He talks of Baroda in India, saying that the real India is not the one they will have read about in the papers. He says two million of their brothers in arms have volunteered, "and they will readily die for the same cause as yourself". He wishes them good luck.
The airmen give the Maharaja three cheers.