Wealth of a Nation

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Wealth of a Nation title card.

Documentary (1938)

Harry Watt (Speaker)

(Synopsis needed)

Spartan Cruiser II

Several Spartan Cruiser II, all of Scottish Airways Ltd.

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Reg. G-ACSM Spartan Cruiser II c/n 10.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Reg. (G-A)CYL Spartan Cruiser II c/n 12 in the background.

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Reg. G-ACZM Spartan Cruiser II c/n 14. Withdrawn from use at Renfrew on January 1940 and scrapped on April 1942.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Perhaps a de Havilland DH.84 Dragon ?

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