PUBLIC HOUSE DEBATE: DEBATING SOCIETY MEETINGS AT 'THE FREEMASON'S ARMS', HAMPSTEAD, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A group of civilian men and women listen to the speaker in the first half of the evening's debate on America and Britain. The first speaker was Mr W Stephenson, ex-editor of the 'Daily Herald' (visible background centre). According to the original caption, Mr Stephenson said that Americans "annoys us by leaning against lamp posts, chewing gum and flashing their money around...But I have never met an American who was not a really good chap".