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  • Oxford Academic (OUP)

    A silent film made in 1925, illustrating industrial life and highlighted OUP's work to audiences around the world. (Video: Confederation of British Industry. Used with permission by OUP.) #vintage #history #silentfilm

  • Iris de Leeuw

    A silent film made in 1925 by the Federation of British Industry. This film was one of a series illustrating industrial life and it highlighted the Press's work to audiences around the world. Film courtesy of the Oxford University Press Archive: http://www.oup.com/uk/archives/ Learn more about the History of Oxford University Press: http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780198702795.do (c) Confederation of British Industry. Used with permission by Oxford University Press. Music credits: ...

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