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London Clement Attlee

A big protest meeting was held on the Eden-Chamberlain question, indignation being chiefly centred on the abandonment of the League of Nations, and a keynote of the meeting was the demand that such a vital decision should first be submitted to the electors. So vast was the crowd at Kingsway Hall that it was soon filled, and Clement Attlee, leader of the opposition, after a speech at the hall,addressed a vast crowd in Lincoln's Inn Fields nearby. Clement Attlee during his speech to the meeting at Kingsway Hall, London, on Feb. 28, 1938. (AP Photo/Len Puttnam)

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February 28, 1938 03:00:00 AM
October 05, 2011 11:04:41 AM
Len Puttnam
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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3000 x 2125 3.38 MB
London, UNITED KINGDOM
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