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    Material related to newsreel story "Malenkov Says Goodbye" - 56/29.

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    Selected Originals (0ffcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Malenkov Says Goodbye" - 56/29.

    GV. Conference room. CU. Mr Malik, Soviet Ambassador. GV. Conference room. CU. Mr Malenkov - interpreter answering question. Speech: Well as to the economic relations between the countries of People's Democracies like Poland and Hungary while these economic relations do exist between these countries, they existed at the time when I was Prime Minister of the country and they do not continue now. There is no difference at all.

    GV. The conference room. SV. The press, one holding hand up to ask question. SV. Malenkov and interpreter, Malik sitting at the table. Malenkov speaking in Russian. SV. Press. Malenkov still speaking. Camera pans and interpreter starts to speak: "On behalf of the delegation I wish to express our gratitude to the British Government for the opportunity given us to visit your country." SV. Audience watching, Mr Malenkov over them. SV. The table. Malenkov sitting there and the interpreter speaking: "As well as the canteens in other service premises... " SV. Press, Malenkov speaking. SCU. Front rows of the press.

    SCU. Press, some with raised arms to ask questions. SCU. Malenkov. Interpreter speaks: "Now the representative of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as to what will happen in a hundred years from now." Mr Malenkov starts to answer in Russian and then the interpreter takes over: "Well I don't believe anyone from those present here will dare to predict what will happen in a hundred years from now.

    CU. Malenkov speaking in Russian. Interpreter starts to speak. SCU. Malenkov and Malik at table. SCU. Malik, Malenkov and interpreter standing, Malenkov is speaking in Russian. SCU. Interpreter standing up speaking: "Well, you know that the standard of the USSR of this question is that the cause of tension in this part of the world, and the cause of some deteriorated conditions between some countries is not Egypt." Malenkov starts speaking in Russian, and then the interpreter takes over again: "...is the scores.

    The purchase of by Egypt some quantities of arms from abroad. Well with the cause of the tension in this part of the world is a question towards alliances now the peoples of the near and middle East who long for independence are entitled to use their own policy in getting their independence and this also applies to their foreign policy..."

    Natural sound only.


    Note: Sound seems to be played at unnatural speed in parts of cuts - and stops abruptly at times.

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    Selected originals
    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:00:03:00 / 01:04:25:00
    56/29 E (Selected Originals)

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