Sir Robert Scott

United Kingdom, 1950

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Episode of Series “Commonwealth Teleview”.
Interviewed by Matthew Halton, Sir Robert Scott discusses his work as Britain’s Commissioner-General for South-East Asia. He talks about the importance of the area in Commonwealth and world affairs and some of the forces at work there such as SEATO (South East Asia Treaty Organisation) and the Colombo Plan.


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