Armistice Day London 1930

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    Twelfth anniversary remembrance of the end of the First World War, London.

    High angle shot of the King George V carrying a floral wreath and placing it a the base of the Cenotaph. He walks away and then turns and salutes the monument. L/S's of the The Prince of Wales (King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) and the Duke of York (King George V, Prince Albert) doing the same.

    Intertitle reads: "At the stroke of 11 - on the 11th day of the 11th month - 12 years after - again that awe inspiring silence - and memories !"

    High angle shots of the Cenotaph and the ceremony in progress. L/S of large crowds. High angle shots of war veterans marching in procession past Cenotaph.

    Note: This item was found attached to the end of The Armistice Day story from 1929 - G 1659 'ARMISTICE DAY LONDON' - found on Pathe Master Tape *PM0808* Film ID 808.21. - We discovered that this is actually an item titled "ARMISTICE DAY 1930". The Ref No is 30/48. Obviously the item has been misfiled over the years.

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