NEWS - SIR ARTHUR RUCKER INTERVIEW
Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 003-57-06SD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive
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Transmission date: January 03, 1957
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 003-57-06
Clip length: 00:01:28:00
Sir Arthur Rucker, Chairman of the British Council for Aid to... Stock Footage Video1950-1959,Archival,BBC Archives,Chairperson,Human Interest,Hungarian Culture,Hungary,Receiving,Refugee,UKPhotographer BBC Broadcast ArchiveCollection: BBC Broadcast Archive Sir Arthur Rucker, Chairman of the British Council for Aid to Refugees reports that Britain has so far received 11,500 Hungarian refugees and said a further 5,000 are due to come. Could the Council deal with them he was asked. SOF starts: "Yes, I think so, you see we are trying to do this business in three stages", SOF ends: ".....? very distressed and disturbed ? in seeing their future in a ?????".<br>Guid: ANB2332X<br>Story Number: 003/57/06