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Summary: I." War leaders see best war Academy." Tedder and Cunningham, with their wives, are among guests at the preview of the annual exhibition at the Royal Academy in London. Works on display include many of a military character, including portraits of Montgomery (by Augustus John), Cunningham, Harris at a Bomber Command planning table and former Soviet Ambassador Maisky. President of the Royal Academy Sir A J Munnings is seen with George Belcher and other artists (Whitney-Smith, Gilroy, Bedford, Mason) are introduced by the camera. Sculptured head of George VI by Sir W R Dick.
II. "PM's wife visits 'Churchill house'." Mrs Churchill visits one of the new factory built steel houses, half a million of which will be built for returning soldiers after the war, to last for ten years until everyone can be housed in brick-built dwellings. Interior views of this prefabricated house designed for a family of four.
III. "The miracle of penicillin." Detailed description of the growth and production of penicillin, to be used in treating wounded troops and which will be of great value when the invasion comes. Wrapped up phials can be easily transported by plane to any front.