King And Monty With Troops 1945

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    King George VI leaving plane at unknown airfield. Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and several other officers greet the King.

    Various shots of the King knighting several officers and presenting them with medals at open field. Lined up troops looking on. King gets into his car and leaves.

    King, Monty and several other officers at the airfield, posing to photographers and driving through cheering crowds. King inspecting troops, he talks with some of the men. More shots of King and General Montgomery inspecting troops and walking being cheered by crowd.

    Various shots of King George presenting men with medals at open field, Field Marshal Montgomery and another officer behind. More shots of the King's car driving through crowded road.

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    Media URN:
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    Film ID:
    1987.04
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    00:06:19:00
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    01:09:19:00 / 01:15:38:00
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    UN 947 B
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    UN 0947 B
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