LORD WOOLTON IS INTERVIEWED IN LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Minister for Reconstruction Lord Woolton stands by a fireplace with his hands on his lapels as he is interviewed by Howard Marshall for a broadcast to troops in North Africa. According to the original caption, he is being asked "about his plans for the post war absorption of the forces into civil life". There is a large mirror over the fireplace, in which the reflection of interview Howard Marshall can be clearly seen.
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