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Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 001-75-05SD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive

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Transmission date: 01 January, 1975
Release info: Not released. More information
Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 001-75-05
Clip length: 00:01:25:00

Foreign Sec. James Callaghan today talked with Nationalist... Stock Footage Video1970-1979,Archival,BBC Archives,Human InterestPhotographer Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive Foreign Sec. James Callaghan today talked with Nationalist representatives from SW Africa in Lusaka. Callaghan says he is disappointed at Ian Smith's recent claim that dramatic changes would not take place in Rhodesia.<br>Guid: ANB8904X<br>Story Number: 001/75/05
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