Death Of Georges Vanier, Former Governor… 1967

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  • Pity the sound was missing. As the train drew out of the Station the band played the Royal Anthem. Notice ladies curtsied to Madam Vanier as wife of the Queen's representative in Canada

    Nicholas Pnematicatos 23rd Feb 2013

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